Your point is well taken but as one who believes that words have or sure should have meaning, if they are to convey a thought to another human, concocting meanings to impress the inner circle does nothing to help those of us outside that circle.
And yes, I admit to not understanding the subtleties of Wine, it would be helpful to skip the fru-fru esoteric language and help more people understand assuming the point is to inform rather than impress.
I love wine, I drink a lot of it, and I read the labels. Many labels will identify flavors in the wine for you. That is how regular people learn about wines. You just need to jump in and try some. My first wine was Lambrusco. LOL.
Most people new to wine do not like the dry wines, and that is all we drink anymore. Now we are on a local (Missouri) wine kick, much different varietals (types of grape). Most of the grocery stores only carry the sweet Missouri wines, so I wouldn’t drink it. We visited a winery in Hermann and brought home 2 cases of nice dry wine (and sparkling grape juice for the kids).