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- adj. comparative form of oaky: more oaky
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Drinkable, but oakier and sweeter and uninteresting.
As big Pinot names have turned their gaze north to Mendocino, the wines have gotten bigger and oakier, alcohol levels have crept higher, and fruit flavors have shifted from red to black.
Merlot has gone from a popular, soft, fruity, easy-to-drink wine to an oakier style, which we found during The Chronicle's 2007 look at Napa Merlots from the 2003 and 2004 vintage.