Here you go, borrowed from Snooth, but nonetheless, annoying. Why do these so-called wine experts ruin it for the rest of us? I just call wine by whether I like it or not, such as good, or bad!!! Or too expensive. Is that so difficult?
Round (it fills the mouth in a soft and seamless way)
Deep (what about height, length, or width?)
Creamy (why should wine taste like a milkshake?)
Fruit Forward (is fruit over achieving?)
Height (here it is, somehow the flavors distinguish themselves in the mouth)
Supporting Tannins (elements of wine are supported by tannins, acid and sugar, so what?)
Terroir (the most contentious word in wine, but really the effects of man, soil, and weather on wine)
Historically, old white men sat around talking this way or that. They wore smoking jackets, while sitting in dark wood paneled rooms, probably dimly lit (oh, so that is where “dim-wit” came from).
There are more, even from Bobby Parker:
Unctuous (rich, lush, velvety, why not just say so?)
Confident (give me a break!)
Serious (are you serious was really coined by tennis champion, John McEnroe)
Cacophony (yes, they are a bunch of phonies)
The Finish Last X Seconds (total, unadulterated BS)
Now, you get the idea!