Each varietal of wine has it’s own unique descriptors whether it’s red, white or rose. The winemaker doesn’t literally put “soy sauce” in the wine, but the aromatics sometimes smell familiar.  New wine releases are updated on Wine Road.

Can you guess in which red varietal these lovely scents and flavors can be found?

Iris, dried rose, myrtle, orchid, boysenberry, soy sauce

Makes the world go round

Makes the world go round

Mulberry, rhubarb, red plum, root beer

Can you catch this famous scent? Don't let the word 'Beer" fool you!

Can you catch this famous scent? Don’t let the word ‘Beer” fool you!

Nuts, dates, cream, cedar, tar, salami

Bet you didn't imagine this?

Bet you didn’t imagine this?

Yeast, anise, beet, & bell pepper

From the Garden

From the Garden

 

Fennel, clove, clay, chalk, nutmeg, olive, cigar box

 

To sniff, not to smoke

To sniff, not to smoke

Oregano, sage, rosemary, and thyme

Parsley Sage Rosemary & Thyme

Parsley Sage Rosemary & Thyme

 

 

Ginger, celery, chocolate

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  1. Cabernet Franc
  2. Barbera
  3. Syrah
  4. Sangiovese

Can you guess?  mo@wineroad.com

My best,

Mo

Posted by Anne Loupy

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