Wild Gold by George Gina & Lucy
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Wild Gold is a perfume by George Gina & Lucy for women and was released in 2013. The scent is fruity-floral. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesPassion fruit, Blackcurrant sorbet, Italian bergamot, Pink pepper
Heart Notes Heart NotesLily-of-the-valley, Star jasmine, Wild rose, Mirabelle
Base Notes Base NotesSandalwood, Laotian benzoin, Amber

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Scent

6.1 (17 Ratings)

Longevity

5.5 (9 Ratings)

Sillage

5.1 (10 Ratings)

Bottle

6.4 (21 Ratings)
Submitted by Ginger, last update on 07.06.2019
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Greatly helpful Review    7
just a summer flirt
The bottle of "Wild Gold" was the real reason to buy this fragrance at auction for very little money.
The typical shape for George Gina & Lucy in clear glass with a fine gold pattern in Paisley style, is pretty and looks very good as an ornamental object.
Black currant attracts me in every form anyway, and the heart note contains nothing I don't like.
So I can't call this summery light fragrance creation a bad buy.

The fruity, tangy start, with the black currant as sorbet, is a bit bizzelt, but not unpleasant. Passion fruit and bergamot were lovingly and tastefully added; the dose of pink pepper is the first little highlight here.
This creates the impression of a fragrant fruity sorbet, skilfully crowned by the pepper aroma.
This fruitiness can be enjoyed here in the beauty of an early summer garden or in a romantic park.
There you can meet lilies of the valley, which are happy about the first warm rays of sunshine and smell accordingly strong, and also richly flowering star jasmine.
In contrast to its large-blooded relative, this jasmine scent is somewhat more fragile; here it has some difficulties to "stink up" against the lily of the valley.
I love the very special lily of the valley fragrance, but I also know that it is sometimes perceived as quite borderline. Especially natural when it occurs together with other white-flowered plants.
Here this small guy dominates with his flower panicles; but the star anise is clever enough to fraternise with the fine wild rose (probably the so-called "dog rose"). Both can thus form an opposite pole.
After a few moments, a fragrant blend of fruit and blossom emerges, which is pleasant and summery. The addition of sandalwood as a stabilizer and the resinous spice of benzoin and amber is an indication that the perfumers responsible for this fragrance are masters of their craft You know how an air spirit can be given a certain ground bond.

"Wild Gold" is a light, not uninteresting summer companion.
Everything that reminds you of a summer flirt is united here: lively, sparkling fruit freshness, a flowery, romantic ambience and the certain sensuality of the great basic scents.

The durability is now really not permanent: but that fits also to the summer flirt!
That's why I feel that "Wild Gold" is also a nice conversation, which will surely accompany the first warm rays of sunlight happily and vividly.
The two thirds of the contents of this really nice little bottle will perhaps accompany some "contacts, by the way".
Now, in November, this grace shows itself only conditionally; but I am sure: the right time to choose "Wild Gold" as a companion will come!
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