The Texas in a Bottle guide to Texas Wine [pdf] reads:
Ever listen to somebody describe a wine? They talk about it having “character” and “personality.” To hear them tell it, wines are a lot like people. We’ve talked it over and came to a conclusion – they have it backwards. People are a lot like wines.
And to that end, Go Texan Wine goes on to describe your personality based on what type of wine you prefer. Do you like Merlot? There’s a mystical side to you, slightly mischievous, but that only makes you the life of the party.
I’m difficult. I’m demanding. But oh, oh, oh, I am so worth it. What’s your wine personality?
[via Cool Infographics]
On the same theme, you might be interested to explore the Malt Whisky Flavour Map which, according to my Royal Statistical Society Significance mag, was created by cluster analysis to group malts into clusters with broadly similar taste characteristics.
If you like your whisky then it’s an interesting way to find your favourites.
The Malt Whisky Flavour Map is posted all over the place but a good example is at:
For any UK readers, one of the guys behind this, David Wishart, is actually doing a workshop on it at the forthcoming Royal Statsitical Society Conference in Edinburgh (http://www.whiskyclassified.com/rss2009.html). Data analysis, visualization and whisky tasting – now that can’t be bad!
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I don’t know whether to compare this silly graphic to Meyers-Briggs or to a horoscope.