Dior Dolce Vita Perfume by Christian Dior launched in 1996, created by Pierre Bourdon and Maurice Roger. It is classified as a sweet oriental with a woods base. There is a spiced peach to this that is just yummy.
It has notes of lily, magnolia, rose, cinnamon, heliotrope, peach, apricot, vanilla and sandalwood. An ultra feminine perfume with an underlying sensuous base; just gorgeous. This is the edt, eau de toilette.
From Bois de Jasmin - "Christian Dior Dolce Vita is what I would call an abstract dessert, a fragrance that has a mouthwatering effect without smelling like a candy bar. It is a cedarwood compostion delicately layered with stewed peaches and dusted with cinnamon and vanilla.
From Basenotes - "The first hour or two I get a delightful combination of peach, vanilla, cardamom, lily, coconut, heliotrope, and magnolia. Always rising to the surface is cinnamon and rosewood. These two ingredients let me know they are there, without being overpowering. After a few more hours cedar, bergamot, and rose emerge softly, as the spicy notes disappear. This is a fine offering from the house of Dior. Personally, I like it better than J' Adore. It's as though more thought was put into Dolce vita, than ever was with J' Adore."