A winespeak term for the way a wine feels in your mouth, as opposed to the way it tastes or smells. All wines have texture, ranging from watery to thick (think syrup), and you can feel that texture on your tongue. A full-bodied wine, for example, feels heavy in your mouth and so has a weightier mouthfeel than a light- bodied wine. "Velvety," "rough," "coarse," "puckery," and "chewy" are all adjectives used to describe the way a wine feels in your mouth.