Tannins are a main component of the structure of a wine, which is how a wine behaves in your mouth and in the glass (i.e. And then, of course, they contribute to both the taste and feel of a red wine. Some might describe tannins the way you would fabric (like silk or velvet), depending on how they perceive tannins on their tongue. In wine, tannins will come from a grape's skin, seeds, and the rarely used stems. If you’re a little weary of tannins, consider easing yourself in with a wine lower in tannins and lighter in body.
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