"No descriptors used in The Chronicle Wine section raise as much hair on the back of reader necks as "cat pee" and "sweat." They appear, as they do today, in our tasting panel comments on Sauvignon Blancs from the Marlborough region of New Zealand. In addition to the wines' fresh citrus and passion fruit characteristics and brisk acidity, some have what Kiwi winemakers consider "true Marlborough" hints of armpit (slightly musky) and cat pee (a pungently "perfumed" mix of herbs, asparagus, green bean and bell pepper)." San Francisco Chronicle. It's only bad if you didn't intend for it to be there or if you just don't like "cat piss" aromas. Although this little piece is talking about wine, it is still relevant.