What is Wine “Body”? Understanding Mouthfeel: Light Body, Medium Body, Full Bodied Wine

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Body is the weight, or mouthfeel a wine has, classified as light, medium, or full. The video does a better job of explaining the concept then I can in text, so give it a watch!

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