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An element found in the environment. Courtney Tanabe, 2016
An essential micronutrient, it can also affect wine oxidation. Joshua Godshaw, 2016
The substance that gives aged Riesling and other wines a kerosene type aroma. Diane Wu, 2016
Aromatic substances from multiple sources. Matthew Ward, 2015.
Methoxypyrazines are powerful aroma compounds that have bell pepper and related vegetal aromas. David Raffaele, 2015.
Key aromatic substances in particular wines, such as Muscats, Gewürztraminer, Riesling and Torrontés. Trevor Grace, 2015.
A diverse group of aromatic substances. Charles Henschen, 2015.
Sulfur containing compounds have high aroma impact, including key varietal flavors. Avery Heelan, 2015
Damascenone is an important aroma compounds found in wine and many other fruit products. Sarah Goins, 2015.
Oak lactones are key to the aroma imparted by oak barrels. The aroma of bourbon whiskey is dominated by oak lactones and vanillin. Sean Eridon, 2015
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