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Botrytis: Honey & Ginger  Botrytis Cinerea or ‘Noble Rot’ is a type of fungus that eats ripe fruits and vegetables. You’ve probably seen it before on a box of rotten strawberries! Despite its negative connotation with fresh fruits,it adds richness and a milieu of amazing aromas to dessert wines. There are a few compounds associated with Botrytis that you may have tasted:  Sotolon: Honey, Fenugreek, Curry Furaneol: Caramel, Pineapple, Strawberry Phenylacetaldehyde: Rose, Cinnamon, Ginger

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Botrytis: Honey & Ginger Botrytis Cinerea or ‘Noble Rot’ is a type of fungus that eats ripe fruits and vegetables. You’ve probably seen it before on a box of rotten strawberries! Despite its negative connotation with fresh fruits,it adds richness and a milieu of amazing aromas to dessert wines. There are a few compounds associated with Botrytis that you may have tasted: Sotolon: Honey, Fenugreek, Curry Furaneol: Caramel, Pineapple, Strawberry Phenylacetaldehyde: Rose, Cinnamon, Ginger

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EARTHY FLAVORS Sulphur Compounds: Rocks Sulphur compounds may be the secret to minerality in wine. Some sulfur compounds smell fantastic, such as the chalk-like aroma in fine Chablis. Some sulphur compounds are bad, like the smell of wet wool, which is a wine fault caused by UV damage. Chalk: Chablis & Champagne Metallic: Young Freshly Opened Red Wine

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