Climate change can severely impact this balance and affect the quality of our wines worldwide.

There are different terms used to describe various elements in the wine. From body, weight, texture, complexity to length, tannin, and acidity, the list is seemingly endless. The body is arguably one of the most important factors and indicates something specific about how the wine was produced.

Essentially, the wine’s body refers to the mouth-feel of the wine. With light-bodied wines, think about how water feels in your mouth. On the other hand, full-bodied wines would feel more like mango juice. The thickness of the wine’s feel in your mouth can be described as the body.