Vent vert starts green. A flower field that has been recently pruned,mowed and mulched. The green from broken branches and the floral smell of flower complement each other.
I get Galbanum, Jasmine and Peach.
This is Green done right.
The sun was warm but the wind was chill.
You know how it is with an April day.
The harsh bitter verdancy of galbanum with cool citrus being a crisp spring breeze brings forwards scents of early flowers and past winter's decay. No other perfume can depict spring as best as Vert Vent. It is breathtaking.
Pre-1991 parfum in rectangular bottle.
The vintage perfume:
The intriguing opening is green indeed, with a slightly damp undertone, like meadows in the morning mist, wallowing in the fragrance of wet gardenias. There is also a nice galbanum twist present at this stage.
Hen, after the first hour, it suddenly collapses on my skin, causing considerable disappointment; but fear not: after a while it re-emerges, now dominated by floral notes, mainly lily-of-the-valley, rose, freesias and a lovely ylang-ylang.
The base deepens and darkens it a bit, with a gorgeous soft oakmoss mixing beautifully with Amber and a nice styrax note. Here in the base a honeyed waxiness is an overarching theme, which at the ends sees hints of a dark musk added without any civety sharpness in evidence.
The sillage is moderate, the projection good and the longevity is truly outstanding at eleven hours.
The vintage EdT is a touch greener overall, and the base is a touch lighter and brighter; it lasts nine hours on me.
Both are marvelous: beautifully blended, composed of ingredients of the highest quality, very well structured and great scents indeed. 4/5
Close your ayes and imagine Once the sun becomes warm enough,walk along the stone patch, through the gate,under the trellies.sit on the marble bench.feel the cool grass under your feet,the warm rays on your back.ok,now open your eyes and Experience this fantasy with VENT VERT.a harmonious composition,not heavy at all.it beautifully blends notes of floral, juicy fruit,refreshing brigh citrus and summer grasses. Classic,Generous,Feminine,Summery,Elegant, Tender and Strong at the same time.
The top notes is an invigorating,stimulating juicy of delicious fruity and the wonderful freshness aroma of green notes.it immediately transports you into fresh fields of blue.the luminous flower heart is hand picked in jasmine,rose,lily and violet,adding a note of subtlety and elegance to the fragrance.woody notes with a hint of amber,musk and iris,the base notes adds character to the scent of VEN VERT.a very good GREEN fragrance for a cheerful character.
Longevity?Above average on my skin.
Vent Vert (Green Wind) introduced strong green notes into its floral mix. "Now flowers came with their foliage" notes Roja Dove.
Turin describes its "bitter green-galbanum" opening, making way for "the most beautiful golden rose-jasmine accord…fading to a powdery dry down." The original consisted of "upward of eleven hundred components."
Barbara Herman calls it "savage, fierce and raw,"…"with its scent of freshly picked flowers, a green soapy rose, and bent stems with crushed herbs mixed in for spiciness."
For me, it was a dry rose floral mix, a weaker version of Lalique's rose/pepper chypre, Perles. Interesting, but not outstanding.
Top notes: Galbanum, Gardenia, Peach, Neroli, Lemon, Lime, Bergamot
Heart notes: Rose, Muguet, Hyacinth, Orris, Jasmine, Freesia, Ylang, Violet, Targetes
Base notes: Oakmoss, Vetiver, Styrax, Musk, Sandalwood, Sage, Iris, Amber