This term describes how thick the wine is. A viscous wine will be dense and full-bodied. The wine will be thicker according to the amounts of sugar, alcohol, tannins, glycerin, and more. These thick wines are rich in fruit flavors as they have higher amounts of ingredients in them.  


Mouth-filling wines are full with flavor due to high levels of fruit concentration, alcohol, and glycerin. Textually speaking, these wines are rich, fat, and fleshy.  


Full-bodied wine are heavyweight with a heavy body due to its rich alcohol, fruit extract, glycerin, and acid. It has a well-rounded flavor that stays in the mouth. Full-bodied wines can either be red and white wines such as Chardonnay, Sauvignon, and the Cabernet. The full-bodied wine tend to go best with dining food because… read more »