Bouquet

• (n.) A nosegay; a bunch of flowers. • (n.) A perfume; an aroma; as, the bouquet of wine.
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bouquet

(boo-ka´) a structure resembling a cluster of flowers.
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bouquet

(from the article `cigar`) ...as a corona, about 6 12 in. long; ideales is a slender, torpedo-shaped cigar, tapered at the lighting end, about 6 12 in. long; bouquet is a ...
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bouquet

(from the article `floral decoration`) Plant materials are customarily arranged in containers, woven into garlands, and worn or carried for personal adornment. Flower bouquets that are ... ...creative activity are rarely found, therefore, in other cultures. In the Islmic world, for example, simple, modestly scaled arrangements ... [2...
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bouquet

fragrance noun a pleasingly sweet olfactory property
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Bouquet

(grape variety) Synonym (also Bouquet Blanc, bouquet vine, Bouquettraube) for the grape variety Bukettrebe; look there.
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Bouquet

Bou·quet' noun [ French bouquet bunch, bunch of flowers, trees, feathers, for bousquet , bosquet , thicket, a little wood, dim. of Late Latin boscus . See Bush thicket, and confer Bosket , Busket .] 1. A nosegay; a bunch of flowers. 2.
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Bouquet

A tasting term for the complex aromas of an aged wine. The term is generally not applied to young wines.
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Bouquet

A tasting term for the complex aromas of an aged wine
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bouquet

a term that refers to the complex aromas in ages wines.
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Bouquet

A term used when evaluating the smell of an aged wine. Similar to aroma, but referring to characteristics developed during the aging process.
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bouquet

an arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present
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bouquet

As a wine's aroma becomes more developed from bottle aging, the aroma is transformed into a bouquet that is hopefully more than just the smell of the grape.
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Bouquet

Bouquet is the characteristic flavour and aroma of a wine, due partly to the presence of volatile organic ethers, such as acetic, propylic, butylic and amylic, and partly to the ferments such as yeasts used in fermenting the must.
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Bouquet

Bouquet is the term used to describe the non grape or berry aromas a mature wine displays.
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Bouquet

Bouquet was the KGB codename for an explosive device.
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bouquet

large reddish shrimp
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Bouquet

large reddish shrimp. See also crevette rose.
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Bouquet

Portion of odor caused by fermentation.
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Bouquet

Selection of general and thematic TV channels that are offered as a package to subscribing households.
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Bouquet

Smell or fragrance in wine that has its origins in the wine production or aging methods. This is in contrast to Aroma, which comes not from aging or handling, but from the grapes themselves.
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Bouquet

Smell or fragrance in wine which has its origins in the wine production or aging methods.
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bouquet

Strictly speaking, the smells brought about by oak fermentation/aging, as well as aging in the bottle. However, it is often confused and used synonymously with the word aroma.
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Bouquet

The complex of aromas that develops with age in fine wines; young wines have aroma, not bouquet.
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Bouquet

The complex, vaporous scent(s) released when a cask or bottle is opened, derived from volatile esters, ethers and acids formed during aging. Bouquet may rapidly dissipate or be slowly released, but when gone the wine is left with aroma, the fragrance of the fruit the wine was made from.
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