Wine for the senses (NZ)

Wine for the senses (NZ)

A floral bouquet of rose and jasmine with high notes of citrus and ginger, finishing with notes of musk and exotic spice” – this enticing description is of a perfume, but could equally be applied to a wine made from one of the so-called aromatic varieties, which have been taking off in our vineyards in recent years. As their name suggests, aromatic varieties make wines that are more fragrant than most, with their naturally potent aromas something they possess inherently, rather than being a product of any winemaking input, reports The New Zealand Herald.

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