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The term Bouquet (German "flower bush", also bouquet, flower or nose) is in connection with a wine address used since the beginning of the 19th century as a supplement to flavor. Most of it will be the odor or fragrance of a mature wine after the bottle aging Roger that. That's why Bouquet is also called Tertiary aroma or Lagerbouquet. However, this also means the sum of all odor and smell Flavoring substances in a wine. However, the experts disagree on the transition from aroma to bouquet during wine development; see below Aroma and flavorings,

Bouquet - spicy notes, fruity taste notes, floral scents, diverse aromas

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