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Use "brambly" in a sentence
"It became even more interesting when people started to question the use of the term "brambly" in describing wine and labeled it "jargon.""
"A term like "brambly," is an example of wine dialect that may have the most meaning among wine writers of British descent who have tried to pick blackberries in hedgerows and found that the only ones the birds hadn't eaten already were under-ripe and a little woody in flavor."
"Or try the big, brambly Sainsbury's Taste The Difference Douro (£7.52; 14% abv) from the same range."