The hints of wine and beer

aromatic
Aromatic

Aromas such as sage, fennel, bay leaf, basil, lavender, oregano and noble resins, pine, incense and juniper.

floral
Floral

Typically present in young wines. The whites recall white flowers, the red wines the red ones. Acacia, hawthorn, rose, iris, geranium, orange blossom, honeysuckle, linden, violet, narcissus, jasmine, broom.

nutty
Nutty

Can be found in the most complex or aged wines. Dried fig, almond, hazelnut, walnut, coconut, prune, sultanas, jam, cooked fruit.

fruity
Fruity

In white wines we find white-fleshed fruits: apricot, pineapple, banana, quince, citrus fruits, exotic fruits. In red wines, fruit with red pulp: cherry, strawberry, currant, raspberry, blackberry, plum.

woody
Woody

Aromas from the wood in which the wine has been preserved. Oak, acacia, cigar box.

spiced
Spiced

Usually found in complex wines. Aniseed, cinnamon, clove, licorice, nutmeg, ginger, pepper, vanilla, saffron.

toasted
Toasted

Usually linked to aging in wood. Smoked, burnt, cooked and then cocoa, coffee, toasted barley, chocolate, caramel, almond.

vegetal
Vegetal

Typical of some aromatic grapes. Grass, fern, hay, limoncello, tomato leaf, sage, leaves, walnut husk, green pepper, mushrooms, truffles, musk, humus.

herbal
Herbal

It is given by the type of hops used and by the presence of aromatic herbs, combined with the must at the end of boiling. May vary from aromas of juniper berries, dried cranberry berries, chamomile leaves...

malty
Malty

It can be found in many low fermentation beers such as Rauchbier, Schwarzbier and Marzen, and in some Scotch Ale or Strong Ale. It comes from the toasting of the malt that can give the beer caramelized, toasted, smoked aromas ...

hoppy
Hoppy

It is usually found in the Indian Pale Ale and Pilsener. It comes from an important presence of hops that are manifested in aromas with bitter aftertaste or even fruity, depending on the type of hops used.

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