\u201cNotes of pink currant, osmanthus, herbes de Provence and white woods.\u201d Are these tasting notes for one of summer\u2019s best ros\u00e9s? Surprisingly no, but wine lovers who want the scent of the season\u2019s top thirst quencher might be interested in a dab of ros\u00e9 fragrance to tide them over until their next glass.\r\n\r\nThe Detroit Free Press reported the story of entrepreneur, wine lover and perfume aficionado Kelly Jones, who combined her passions to create a wine-inspired fragrance line,\u00a0Kelly + Jones. And though we don\u2019t recommend wearing perfume in a tasting room, Jones firmly believes her fragrances enhance the aromatic allure of wine.\r\n\r\n\u201cIt creates a multi-sensorial experience... and enhances all the nuances of the aromas in the glass,\u201d the perfumer says.\r\n\r\nAnd what if you\u2019re not into ros\u00e9? Don\u2019t fret. Jones also offers Pinot Grigio, Riesling and Chardonnay for white wine lovers. Meanwhile, red wine fans can enjoy Merlot and Cabernet varieties.\r\n\r\nFancy yourself a \u201cscent sommelier\u201d? Create your own blend by mixing up citrus, earth, floral, fruit and oak perfume oils. And as if there wasn't enough to be excited about, all these fragrances are unisex.\r\n\r\nNow you can add scent sommelier to the list of milk, tea, and cannabis sommeliers. For more on the intersection of wine and beauty, check out Wine Enthusiast\u2019s Guide to Fashion and Wine.