I put the graph up on my last post and then could not get the cursor out of it to continue. Nor could I delete the graph after I copied it to the post. Hmm.
Anyway, the tasting chart in the last post is, I believe, misnamed, because it doesn’t tell you anything about what the wine tastes like. It gives a round up of the structure of the wine. Which, I think, is of more importance when considering wine to go with food.
Such a graph would not work well in a restaurant, where, for the most part, people either want a wine like a pinot grigio. One of the things the waiters have to know is which wine to recommend if someone asks for a pinot grigio or a merlot. Other than that is the eternal question “Is it dry.”