Wine talk is a lot of fun. It describes things that mostly reside in the talker's imagination. Dan Murphy's have an advertisement that describes a wine originating in the Adelaide hills as follows:
Picked at night to preserve the nose of tropical fruit flavours of passionfruit, guava and pineapple with classic gooseberry for good measure. The grapefruit and citrus palate is fresh and lively with a clean finish. The hint is in the name as this is a perfect wine for a light lunch or al fresco dining.
Tropical fruit in Adelaide? Pineapples and Guavas? I ate a lot of guavas in my tropical childhood but I have never seen them anywhere South of the tropics. I am slightly surprised that the writer has even heard of Guavas. I can still taste them when I think about it. It is certainly a very pleasant taste but unlike any other. Unlike the wine writer, I won't presume to describe it