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Spring's table of taste identifiers, including flasks of bitters, helps guests recognize some of the flavors and aromas in the wines. Photo by Viki Eierdam

Spring's table of taste identifiers, including flasks of bitters, helps guests recognize some of the flavors and aromas in the wines. Photo by Viki Eierdam

Wine on its own is a layered experience. There’s fruit, earth, and a kaleidoscope of secondary and tertiary aromas and flavors. But what is in the glass can also be affected by what’s going on around us, specifically sight and sound. Elaina Spring, co-owner of Woven Wineworks, has been exploring wine’s full sensory experience through a series of pop-up events (Read more in Oregon Wine Press)