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What term is used to describe the layers of smells and aromas perceived in an aged wine?

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What term is used to describe the layers of smells and aromas perceived in an aged wine?
posted Jun 28, 2019 by Varuna Magar

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Bouquet
A wine's "bouquet" refers to its aromas, especially those of a mature wine. If someone is referring to what they're smelling as "bouquet," it's usually a positive thing. Here's a bonus answer: Another term associated with bouquet is "tertiary aromas." Some people refer to three types of wine aromas: "primary," which is the aroma of grapes; "secondary" aromas of winemaking; and "tertiary" of bottle aging.

answer Jul 2, 2019 by Farhan
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