What your wine preference says about your personality

A recent study conducted by wine preservation system Coravin has revealed what different wine preferences say about your personality type.

Red wine lovers are more likely to be introverts and white wine fans extroverts according to Coravin

According to the study conducted by OnePoll, which surveyed over 2,000 Americans over the age of 21, red wine drinkers are more likely to be introverts and white wine lovers extroverts.

It also found that those who prefer white wine tend to be curious night owls with a penchant for punk music, perfectionism and cats. Red wine drinkers meanwhile, were found to be adventurous, early rising, dog-loving jazz aficionados.

In terms of their wine spend, red wine lovers were £2 ahead of their white wine-loving counterparts, and were willing to splash out £31 on a bottle of wine. Red wine fans were also found to be humble, organised and more likely to be knowledgeable about wine.

Despite the differences between red and white drinkers, both groups tended to drink around four glasses of wine a week and preferred to drink at home. The study was conducted to coincide with National Wine Day in the US.

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