Post # 1
Found this fun article on pairing wine with your personality type! If you click on the hyperlink inside the article (“pairing personality types with certain wines”) it will take you to the original flipbook which explains the reasoning behind each of the pairings.
I’m an ENFP – champagne! What are you?
Post # 3
@calisunshine3404: huh. I was totally ready to call bullshit on it because I’m a wine snob who hates these kinds of personality tests, but I’m an XNFP (I score evenly on I and E) and love champagne and reisling. Weird. I will have to ask the man what he is!
Post # 4
ENFJ – Rose! I havent ever tried it, so now I am going to have to. I love champagne though, was only one letter off (although, when I did the test, my J and P were very close)!
Post # 5
@MexiPino: Right? Same here! Dad makes wine and mom is a career counselor (gives MBTIs) so I was skeptical, but it totally fit my personality!
Post # 6
Hahaha! That’s surprisingly accurate. Apparently I’m ISFJ and got Pinot Grigio – it’s one of my favourite “everyday” wines! 🙂
Post # 7
Cute but it’s so off (for me anyway!). I’m totally introverted and I love champagne/sparkling wine. I don’t drink anything else.. well, except for ice wine.
Post # 8
@canarydiamond: awww too bad. I’m sure it won’t be right for many people, that seems to be the way these things work!
Post # 9
It said I was a Cab, which honestly, I don’t really like to drink. But the description of why they chose a cab to go with a ESTJ personality was pretty accurate (minus that they said ESTJ’s are good at making decisions and I am horrible at that!)
Post # 10
Hmm, I’m an INFJ- Cabernet Franc.
My favorite wines are champagne, pinot noir, and sauvignon blanc though.
Post # 11
This was so accurate! ENTJ – Nebbiolo! I love my Piedmont wines
Post # 12
I’m an ESFJ- Merlot! It’s pretty spot on; I adore Merlot. I also really agree with the description of why they paired it with my personality type.
Post # 14
@calisunshine3404: ENTJ..no idea what a nebbiolo is.
Post # 15
@Excited To Bee: Same! I looove a good Rose!
Post # 16
@MsGinkgo: Barolo and barbaresco are made with the nebbiolo grape. Bold ass reds.