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Œnoflair classification

Œnoflair has 9 dominant odour groups and 19 families, working in the way perfumers proceed. The dominant ones represent the overall olfactory impression of the wine: the taster selects one or even two of them. The next step is to start the detailed description by identifying families, independent of the dominant(s), and then selecting one or more descriptive terms within each of the families.

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Example of an imaginary Chardonnay described using the Œnoflair classification:

 

More on how the Oenoflair classification works (French)