The educational experience of wine is (In Part) to learn to smell and taste everything you can, so I'll go into a store and buy all-kinds of stuff to bring back memories and to create new ones. I didn't pay $12.00 for a tiny bottle of Cardamom because I am a gourmet chef, although I have since come to love it. So it is wine 101 to smell Dill, Fennel, Cumin, Thyme, Savory, Sage Allspice, Cinnamon, Cayenne, Clove, Basil, Marjoram, etc., not to mention fruits, vegetables, wood-types (Cedar, Oak, Redwood, Birch), though some wood is almost odor free (Beech-wood), and even as you pointed-out, and appropriately so: "wet cement". So wine can be a venue for appreciation which goes way beyond wine.
A pedantic moment is up.
Thanks Ben for your comments.
PS., Ben, I thought I should remind you of what is waiting behind curtain number 2 ;-)