As you probably know, I’m a bit of a wine lover, a swirl-and-sniff kind of a guy. So I’m fairly familiar with the sometimes surprising terminology used to describe the smell and taste of wines. My latest article for TheWeek.com looks at some of the more off-putting terms that somehow mean something delicious:
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