Sorry the correct answer was B.
Master of Wine Tim Hanni has identified how many "Vinotypes" - or general types of wine tasters - in his research on how people perceive wine tastes?
Hanni has identified four basic types of tasters based on his research: Sweet (very sensitive tasters who need sweet flavors to offset their heightened experience of other tastes), Hypersensitive (a large segment of the population, who eschew strong flavors and seek out complex tastes), Sensitive (who can tolerate a wide range of flavor intensities), and Tolerant (who live by the motto "the bigger the better"). You can try out Hanni's research for yourself - and see if his assessment of your "vinotype" matches your drinking reality - at http://www.myvinotype.com .
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