The Haarmann & Reimer Fragrance Guide lists the following notes: Top - peach, plum, strawberry, citrus, spice, nutmeg; Middle - rosewood, carnation, rose, orris, jasmine, lily of the valley; Base - sandalwood, ambrein, patchouli, musk, styrax, benzoin.
This is a lovely, sophisticated chypre of the fruity floral variety. I find it to be somewhat green as well. Though I don't know who composed it, I would have to say he or she was extremely skilled. I don't detect any outlier or rogue notes as it transitions through top to middle to base. The whole experience is subtle and effortless.
Though discontinued long ago, this is a classy, grown-up fragrance, a perfume that one can actually wear without the risk of excoriating one's own or other people's sinuses. The box says it was manufactured in Milan, Italy. Like the finest Italian cuisine, it enhances the experience of sharing time with loved ones; it doesn't intrude upon or degrade it. Bravo.