Refers to smell or aroma of a wine, usually carrying additional modifiers. “Ripe apples” describes a full, fruity, clean smell associated with some styles of Chardonnay wine. “Fresh apples” does the same for some types types of Riesling. “Green apple”, however, is almost always reserved for wines made from barely ripe or underripe grapes. “Stale apples” applies almost exclusively to flawed wine exhibiting first stage oxidation.

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