Today’s Parola del Giorno is the adjective amabile, which — when discussing wine — can mean sweet or smooth. A wine is amabile when its sugar levels are between 12-45 grams per liter and leaves just a hint of sweetness in your mouth. A wine is considered sweet when the sugar levels exceed 45 grams per liter, typically dessert wines. According to the wine glossary that I found online, wines can be (going from less sugar to more sugar):
secco (dry) -> abboccato (smooth) -> amabile -> dolce (sweet) -> stucchevole (sugary)
See the adjective used below:
I vini che produce tuo nonno sono proprio buoni. C’è un rosso che mi piace molto, è proprio un vino amabile!
The wines your grandfather makes are really good. There is a red that I like a lot, it is a smooth wine.
*Some dictionaries might list abboccato and amabile as synonyms, but according to wine producers, this is an error. Un vino abboccato has less sugar than un vino amabile.