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I scout the latest advances in wine science, dissect them, and translate them into meaningful and applicable tips to boost your wine tasting skills and overall wine experience. 

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Isabelle Lesschaeve

Your aroma description ability depends on how familiar you are with the smell and how it’s connected emotionally to previous experiences.

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Complex aromas make a Pinot Noir wine unique. Scientists have identified hundreds of aroma compounds, but not all have an impact. Let's ...

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Color, flavor, and mouthfeel components change in aging wine. Some transformations are beneficial; others are non-desirable. Discover which ...

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Do eucalyptus trees planted near vineyards transmit the eucalyptus flavor found in many Australian red wines? Find out the answer in this ...

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This last article, demystifying wine complexity, relates how your ability to identify a complex wine depends on your knowledge and sensory ...

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Wine tasting vocabulary becomes confusing when we mix aroma perceptions and technical interpretation. We then taste with our brain, not our ...

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Isabelle Lesschaeve

Principal, Blog author, and Wine Tasting Coach

Internationally renowned wine sensory scientist, Isabelle demystifies wine tasting and helps serious wine lovers sharpen their tasting skills and tasting notes in a supportive community.

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