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Wine flavors depend on the type of grape the wine is made from, with white wines steering towards yellow and white fruit flavors and red wines often claiming black and red fruit derivatives. Find out what influences a wine's flavor profile in the vineyard and cellar.

Why Does Wine Taste Like Lemon, Cherry, Pepper or Butter?

Wine flavors depend on the type of grape the wine is made from, with white wines steering towards yellow and white fruit flavors and red wines often claiming black and red fruit derivatives. Find out what influences a wine's flavor profile in the vineyard and cellar.

Where wine flavors come from and why some wine tastes like raspberries and vanilla. A peak into the science of wine.

Where Wine Flavors Come From: The Science of Wine Aromas

Where wine flavors come from and why some wine tastes like raspberries and vanilla. A peak into the science of wine.

If #wine only tasted of florals & fruit, where would the fun be in that? 33 Bizarre Wine Flavours and which wines they can be noticed in ... Green bean, really?

33 of The Most Bizarre Wine Flavors

If #wine only tasted of florals & fruit, where would the fun be in that? 33 Bizarre Wine Flavours and which wines they can be noticed in ... Green bean, really?

Pairing Food and Wine Flavors for Mealtime Magic. This list is great to keep in mind for party prep or when deciding what to serve your guests and your next home meal!

Pairing Food and Wine Flavors for Mealtime Magic. This list is great to keep in mind for party prep or when deciding what to serve your guests and your next home meal!

EARTHY FLAVORS Volatile Acidity: Balsamic & Pickle  Volatile acidity (a.k.a. acetic acid) is caused by bacteria that are present in wine making. In high doses, volatile acidity smells like acetone, but in low doses it can add great complexity and is a feature of many very fine wines.  Balsamic: Chianti & Amarone della Valpolicella Pickles: Red Burgundy

Where Wine Flavors Come From: The Science of Wine Aromas

EARTHY FLAVORS Volatile Acidity: Balsamic & Pickle Volatile acidity (a.k.a. acetic acid) is caused by bacteria that are present in wine making. In high doses, volatile acidity smells like acetone, but in low doses it can add great complexity and is a feature of many very fine wines. Balsamic: Chianti & Amarone della Valpolicella Pickles: Red Burgundy

wine-flavors-fruit-thiols - via winefolly.  Thiols: Bittersweet Fruit  A thiol is an organosulfur compound that smells fruity in tiny amounts but in larger amounts it smells like garlic and is considered a wine fault. Thiols are also a building block of earthiness.  Grapefruit:     Vermentino, Sauvignon Blanc, Colombard Black Currant:     Red Bordeaux and other Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot

Where Wine Flavors Come From: The Science of Wine Aromas

wine-flavors-fruit-thiols - via winefolly. Thiols: Bittersweet Fruit A thiol is an organosulfur compound that smells fruity in tiny amounts but in larger amounts it smells like garlic and is considered a wine fault. Thiols are also a building block of earthiness. Grapefruit: Vermentino, Sauvignon Blanc, Colombard Black Currant: Red Bordeaux and other Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot

Pestiños - Traditional Spanish Cookies with Wine Flavor  http://thegardeningcook.com/pestinos/ -

Pestiños - Traditional Spanish Cookies with Wine Flavor

Pestiños - Traditional Spanish Cookies with Wine Flavor http://thegardeningcook.com/pestinos/ -

Wine Flavor Chart by Wine Folly

Identifying Flavors in Wine

Wine Flavor Chart by Wine Folly

Where wine flavors come from and why some wine tastes like raspberries and vanilla. A peak into the science of wine.

Where Wine Flavors Come From: The Science of Wine Aromas

Where wine flavors come from and why some wine tastes like raspberries and vanilla. A peak into the science of wine.

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