In times past, on the gently sloping hills of the Chianti, covered with vineyards and meadows, young maidens used to pick violets and youn men Florentine irises. They exchanged their scented bouquets as a homage to the season of love and life. Could this be the reason why the intoxicating Chianti wine leaves a fragrance of flowers in the mouth? When a fragrance is chosen on impulse it mirrors our innermost feelings, our secrets, our wishes, our choices and expectations and the mystic occult transcendence of our personality. Flowers from the Chianti Hills "soave d'amore."