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    Pair Your Wine with the Perfect Scent

    The list of health benefits that accompanies wine seems to be endless. Recently we’ve learned that wine can not only helps reduce the risk of blocked arteries, but it can also improve brain function. Thus, giving people even more reasons to have their wine and drink it too. The new “it” trend, however, is pairing your wine with a complementary fragrance to make your drink that much more enjoyable. People are raving about how diffusing certain scents will enrich the taste of your pour. Here’s a quick guide to help you pair your wine this weekend:

    • Full-bodied and oaky red wines like Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot will taste amazing with cedarwood, leather, and fir needle scent notes floating in the air. Try it out with our fragrance, My Way.
    • Medium and lighter bodied red wines like Pinot Noir will taste best with notes of rose, jasmine, and geranium filling your nose. Have a glass with our scent, 24K Magic.  
    • Next time you have a medium to full-bodied white wine like Chardonnay pair it with caramel lemon scents. Try it out with this beautiful lemon-infused scent: The Sweetest Taboo.
    • Medium bodied white wines like Sauvignon Blanc are best complemented by scents with honeydew melon or minty notes. Try ourDream On next time you’re sipping to enhance the taste.