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primary aromas refer to flavors coming from grape juice, almost all the non-ferment flavors one finds in young wine: fresh fruit, spiced qualities, herbal tones, floral feels, citrus character, and earth notes.

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Andrew Yandell By Andrew Yandell

Hard, granular, igneous rock predominantly composed of quartz, mica, and feldspar, that once decomposed, becomes generally acidic and infertile soil. Wines grown in granitic sands are often...

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