Wine Bouquet Vs Aroma – What Makes the Taste of Wine?

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In this Episode #27 of the Talking Wine With Julien series, we look at the 3 categories of aromas and flavors in wine, the primary characters, the secondary aromas, and the tertiary notes (also called Boutquet).

Watch the previous Episode about the fruit aromas in wine:

Learn all the different aroma nuances found in wine, with my Top Top 60 Aromas in Wine 🍋🍎🍌🍇: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ikrsBRhgs8

Learn more about why grapes are the perfect fruit for making wine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vu8a-FwnFm4

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