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MAKE SCENTS OF WINE: THE WORLD’S ULTIMATE WINE EDUCATION TOOL
For 30 Years the 54 Aroma Master Kit has been the reference in the Industry. It is the choice of wineries, educators, merchants and true wine lovers the world over.
Our sense of smell is very delicate and highly sensitive. Practice allows us to recognize and identify the 54 aromas most commonly present in wine; thus, improving our appreciation and enjoyment of wine. These are the typical aromas found in red and white wine (including Champagne) from France and around the world. They give us an indication of the wine’s origin, the grape variety as well as the vineyard, the winemaking techniques used and the aging conditions. Memorizing these aromas provides an accurate and coherent vocabulary to further stimulate our appreciation of fine wines.
Contents of Master Kit
Each aroma vial comes with an illustrated explanatory card that includes an abbreviated description of the aroma. The Le Nez du Vin Instructional Book explains why the taste of wine depends on its aromas and teaches three different methods of initiation:
1. From the vineyards to the aromas
2. From grape varieties to aromas
3. From aromas to wine.
The book precisely details each aroma, why it occurs in wine, its corresponding molecule, as well as, an extensive listing of the regions and specific wines in which it is found.
A tool and a game for everyone
Smell the aromas, try to identify them and let yourself and your friends be drawn into the pleasure of the game. You will soon find that Le Nez du Vin has effortlessly developed your sense of smell and empowered you with a common vocabulary to describe, understand and better enjoy wine.
What is it?
Le Nez du Vin/Make Scents of Wine is simply the Worlds Ultimate Wine Education Tool it helps develop the sense of smell and creates a common language to describe, understand and better enjoy wine.
Wine, or more specifically the fruit of the vine, takes on the characteristics of the elements that surround it. Within the earth, air and water are aromatic compounds and essences of plant and floral life, layered over centuries.
These are the exceptional aromas found in red and white wine, from France and around the world. Aromas can give us an indication of a wine’s country, region & vineyard of origin, grape varietal and the wine-making techniques and aging conditions that contributed to the vintage.
What is it for?
Developing the sense of smell
We all have a very sensitive sense of smell but practice helps us to recognize and identify the different aromas present in wine.
Learning the language of wine
How can we detect the aromas in wine if they are not stored in our scent memory or if we cannot put a name to them? Jean Lenoir approaches the problem as if he were writing a dictionary; introducing us to aromas and helping us remember them as if we were learning a foreign language. The collection provides users with a way of communicating their love of wine.
Improving our appreciation of wine
We all enjoy drinking wine but that pleasure is heightened if we are able to appreciate different tastes and assess the wine’s richness and complexity.