Wind Song by Prince Matchabelli, A unique woody perfume, Wind Song was released in 1953 and has been enchanting consumers with its bright combination of flowers and spice ever since.
The top notes include coriander, tarragon, orange leaf, and neroli, with gentle hints of mandarin, bergamot, and lemon. The heart opens with a flush of carnation and cloves, gently spreading to reveal touches of rose, ylang-ylang, orris root, jasmine, and rosewood. The base slips in softly with the poignant scents of sandalwood and cedar, along with the faintest hints of vetiver, musk, benzoin, and amber. This refreshing fragrance is lovely for a day out in the spring or summer.
Georges I Norina Machabelli began his life as a perfumer in the Us in 1926 after a brief career as a Georgian diplomat. After fleeing the Soviet Union, he and his wife began a new life in America and opened a shop that originally sold antiques. They began experimenting with perfumes and crated the Prince Matchabelli perfume house, which remained small and personal until the death of Georges.