Wine is a sensory experience. From the heft of the bottle to the pop of the cork and glug of the pour. The way the wine’s color changes with depth and clings to the side of the glass. The notes in the aromatics adding to the tasting experience and the flavor and mouthfeel completing it. That’s all five senses engaged in the experience. Now, though, one company has added to the auditory experience with the help of a synaesthete, allowing all of us to hear wine in a new way.