jammy

> What's a 'jammy' wine? > > Can anyone suggest a particular bottle, which exemplifies this character? > > -- > Rich
Um, one with flavors that remind you of jam? :) Typically used for red wines with very sweet fruit profiles (especially cooked berry) and low acidity. Lots of examples, popular/easily available wines might include The Prisoner or Apothic
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DaleW
>> What's a 'jammy' wine? > >> Can anyone suggest a particular bottle, which exemplifies this character? > > Um, one with flavors that remind you of jam? :) > Typically used for red wines with very sweet fruit profiles ( > especially cooked berry) and low acidity. Sounds like all the sweet wines I ever tried, i.e. ick > Lots of examples, popular/easily available wines might include > The Prisoner or Apothic
Are any of them drinkable?
Though in some reviews, I've seen 'jammy' used as praise -
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RichD
>>> What's a 'jammy' wine? >> >>> Can anyone suggest a particular bottle, which exemplifies this character? >> >> Um, one with flavors that remind you of jam? :) >> Typically used for red wines with very sweet fruit profiles ( >> especially cooked berry) and low acidity. > > Sounds like all the sweet wines I ever tried, i.e. ick > >> Lots of examples, popular/easily available wines might include >> The Prisoner or Apothic > > Are any of them drinkable? > > Though in some reviews, I've seen 'jammy' used as praise - > > > -- > Rich > It really depends what you like. I find jammy wines to be undrinkable. They are usually just way too gloppy for me to enjoy them but I have friends who love these and I buy them just to serve them only sipping a bit of them.
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Lawrence Leichtman

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