WineStatistics is a wine tasting non-profit community, meant to describe modern wine by quantifying its subjective organoleptic qualities into comparable data indexes, so that the end result is an easy-to-read and 100% comparable wine rating system.
WineStatistics is not just a blog with views and opinions. What founders are trying to achieve is to blend a science (mainly descriptive statistics) with wine, where the end result is a well-structured and easy to use wine rating system. The goal is to provide wine professionals and wine enthusiasts with a flexible tool that will allow them to compare wines side by side. For example, to compare a wine that you have already tasted, to a wine you only intend to taste or buy. The recommendation table is self-explanatory and offers insights on the current and future wine ratings.
The purpose of our rating system is to guide throughout the multitude of wines available in the wine stores, or simply help to choose the right wine for a special dinner tonight, saving time and money in the process.
WineStatistics ratings and reviews are a freeware product, you can use and share it without further notifications, as long as you mention the source. Furthermore, its users can change/edit its ratings according to their taste.
Founder and the visionary of the Winestatistics project
Behind the scene is a certified sommelier, with a WSET Level 2 Award in Wines, licensed in statistics, with a master degree in economics and hands-on experience in machine learning, a dedicated wine enthusiast, who seeks to explore the world of wine, trying to discover its most kept secrets.
Database on the wine ratings information
Their mission is to spread wine knowledge and raise wine awareness without frontiers.
“By training ourselves to stop, take a breath, and pay attention to the subtle elements that distinguish one wine from any other, we learn an important lesson about life – that it’s worth taking the time to slow down and appreciate things that pleases us, from a glass of wine to a great work of art. It’s a simple way to learn to appreciate the little things in life that may in some small way enhance our enjoyment of every day”.
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Interesting. Good to see a new approach to tasting notes, and unusual Moldovan wine 🙂 Well done!
That’s a very nice system. I would love to see as many wine drinkers as possible using such tasting sheets to evaluate the wines they drink, and to finally to go over that old-fashiones “I liked it and that’s it”. Well done guys!
A great blog. Very insightful and easy to follow. Wine is quite an intimidating world, so simplifying it and trying to express it in a couple of simple charts, is certainly welcome. The snobs may object wine can’t be reduced to some numbers (and there’s some truth to this), but we as consumers surely have a lot to gain. Keep up the good work!