Wine Lingo – Chewy

Posted on by Kris

Wrong Chewy!“Chewy” when used as a wine-descriptor often refers juice which is rich, dense, intense, and full-bodied in character. Chewy wines are usually red, and give a mouth-filling impression that make them seem almost thick enough to chew. The terms fleshy and meaty can also be used.

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