What makes Wine have legs?

 

 

I love seeing legs or tears of wine that swirl in  your wine glass. They are indications of alcohol percentage. Swirling your wine and the legs run down side of your glass are thin and move quickly, the wine has lower alcohol content. If the legs are thicker and move slower, this wine has a higher alcohol percentage. – Shannon

 

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