Description of the overall impression of a wine as part of a wine address that may be negative, neutral or positive depending on the context. Such a wine is not very (too little) strongly or bodied, but is in contrast to the negatively occupied thin mostly neutral. In connection with elegant or fine, or for wines that should be light and tasty, slender has a very positive meaning. Indicates a wine for its classification or its predicate, or his origin a bit too less body or. structure This is often referred to as "too lean" and is to be understood as a defect. Related terms are slim filigree and light, A negative increase is slim flat (colorless, tired, limp).