A winespeak term that describes the texture of a wine in your mouth. It's the opposite of sharp or rough, as if you have a marble in your mouth as opposed to a sea urchin. A round wine feels smooth and gentle on the tongue, with little or no acidic bite. A wine achieves roundness when all of its components— alcohol, acidity, tannin, sweetness—are in balance or harmony, with no dominating characteristic. This doesn't necessarily mean the wine is exceptional, just that it isn't flawed.