Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Filling the mouth.
“Ripe and juicy up front, it's much more mouth-filling than I've come to expect from dry Finger Lakes rieslings.”
“On the palate, it is mouth-filling, with a beautiful silky texture (this is pinot, remember?) that delivery clean, bright red fruit flavors, framed by good acid backbone.”
“Juicy and mouth-filling, more about the spice flavors than fruit, but nuanced and well balanced by acidity.”
“Smoke and spice lead on a palate that is medium-to-full weight, but rich, mouth-filling black raspberry and blackberry flavors follow closely.”
“As you probably know if you read this blog very often, 2007 was a warm, dry and long growing season on Long Island and this wine shows amazing intensity in its mouth-filling dark fruit flavors, firm-but-ripe tannins, and long finish.”
“I could hardly stop smelling this white long enough to sip it, but it's just as good on the palate, combining mouth-filling richness with crisp acidity.”
“He, too, in a fit of anger, springing to his feet when he had changed clips in his pistol, burst out with mouth-filling profanity.”
“The warm, mouth-filling popping experience of protein and carbohydrates and a place to sit and rest and talk to my friend who has no news.”
“In a subject near and dear to our hearts, Patrick Comiskey suggests some white wines for fall, ones that are “more zaftig, more mouth-filling.””
“The Grahams was surprisingly exuberant and mouth-filling for this stage in the evolution; a showy, 40-year old cougar ready to devour something younger.”
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