Sweet, as, honeyed words.
Sweeter, full bodied wines
Wines that have a smell or taste reminiscent of honey are referred to as honeyed, a common personality trait of specific white Rhône wines, or late harvest wines affected by Noble Rot.
A common personality trait of specific white Rhône wines, a honeyed wine is one that has the smell and taste of bee's honey.
Applied to ripe wines which, sweet or dry, have a taste or aroma of honey
This is a good sign and describes the oily sweetness of mature Sauternes or late harvest Riesling.
Relates to the flavour of honey to some wines.
smell or taste reminiscent of honey, characteristic of wines affected by 'noble rot' (Botrytis cinerea).
Sometimes a honey/beeswax taste or flavour; or a sign of developing maturity in some varieties or a sign of bottle age.