Seduced by wrong word? Sensuous vs. sensual

What’s the difference between an enjoyable afternoon of wine tasting and a night of artful seduction over wine? One is “sensuous” and the other is “sensual.”

“Sensuous” means to appeal to the senses or to have strong sensory appeal, as in The Klingon found the Grapok sauce sensuous.

“Sensual” pertains to fleshly or sexual appeal, as in The Klingon warrior found B’etor’s ample bosom quite sensual.