Tannins play a crucial role in wine aging, helping to preserve the wine and giving it structure, balance, and a long finish. Wine contains tannins derived from the skins, seeds, and stems of grapes and the oak barrels used during aging. They are responsible for the bitterness, astringency, and mouth-drying sensation sometimes perceived in the wine.
What are tannins in wine and what role do they play?
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