The Le Nez du Vin wine aroma kits are the World’s ultimate wine education kit! Used by winery staff and merchants around the World, you’ll learn to distinguish the type of wine, its age, components, and even the type of soil in which the grapes were grown! They’re great for hosting a wine tasting party, and it’ll also help to develop your sense of smell and ability to recognise and describe the aromas of different wines.
Lemon, Grapefruit, Orange, Pineapple, Banana, Lychee, Melon, Muscat, Apple, Pear, Quince, Strawberry, Raspberry, Redcurrant, Blackcurrant, Bilberry, Blackberry, Cherry, Apricot, Peach, Almond (kernel), Prune, Walnut, Hawthorn, Acacia, Linden, Honey, Rose, Violet, Green Pepper, Mushroom, Truffle, Yeast, Cedar, Pine, Liquorice, Blackcurrant Bud, Cut Hay, Thyme, Vanilla, Cinnamon, Clove, Pepper, Saffron, Leather, Musk, Butter, Toast, Roasted Almond, Roasted Hazelnut, Caramel, Coffee, Dark Chocolate, Smoked.
The Wine Aroma kit has a set of 54 Aromas in small glass bottles to smell and memorize. Le Nez du Vin’s judicious selection of aromas which are most often found in wines of France and around the World. There are 54 illustrated cards and an explanatory brochure also included in the set.
Discover your sense of smell
To develop our sense of smell:
We all have a very sensitive sense of smell but practice helps us to recognize and identify with ease the different aromas present in wine.
Learning the language of wine:
How can we detect the aromas in wines if these are not stored in our scent memory of if we cannot put a name to them? Jean Lenoir approaches the problem as if 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 good wine but that pleasure is heightened if we are able to appreciate different tastes and assess the wine’s richness and complexity.
A collection of 54 aromas in bottles:
These are typical aromas found in white and red wines from France and around the world. They give us an indication of the wine’s origin and the grape variety as well as the vineyard and the winemaking. Keeping these aromas in mind helps establishing and an accurate and coherent vocabulary to further stimulate our appreciation of fine wines.
54 illustrated explanatory cards:
These cards specify the aromas and the corresponding molecules and list the wines in which they can be found.
This explains why the taste of wine depends on its aromas and suggests three different methods of initiation:
A tool and game for everyone!
Smell the aromas, try to identity them and let yourself be drawn into the pleasure of the game. You will soon become proficient at recognizing the different aromas and find that you are enjoying wine more and more.
Le Nez du Vin is acknowledged as a reference manual and has been translated into several languages.
Wine trade professionals and amateurs use the Le Nez Du Vin.
Produced by Jean Lenoir, Made in France.
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