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    The Type Of Wine You Are According To Your Myers-Briggs Profile

    You can use your Myers-Briggs profile to figure out a lot of things about yourself, but what about the kind of wine that best fits your personality? Brought to you by Vinolovers, a D.C.-based wine subscription site. No frills, just wine.

    ISTJ - California Chardonnay

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    ISTJs are more logical, consistent, and organized compared to other personality types. They embody practicality, and take their responsibilities very seriously. They tend to be hard workers that don’t quite until the job is done.

    The California Chardonnay is structured and very straightforward, staying consistent for the wine drinker. You know what you’re getting with this wine, similar to the ISTJ.

    ISFJ - Pinot Grigio

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    ISFJs are more on the quiet side, but their introverted nature is matched by their very loyal, kind, and sympathetic tendencies. They are very conscientious of those around them, and are great friends to have. They value peace and harmony in their environments, whether it be at work or at home.

    Pinot Grigio can please a lot of different palates, since it ranges from tangy, to light, to rich, to round, and to full-bodied. It also has those same ‘specifics’ for consistency, just like the ISFJ.

    INFJ - Cabernet Franc

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    The INFJ looks for connections and relationships between various facets of their life, and goes out of their way to understand the dynamics of motivation within those around them. They believe in helping others in an effort to support the common good, and make for great teammates on a project.

    The Cabernet Franc has a very wide range in the type of wines that can be made from this grape, similar to the INFJ and their ability to see connections and meaning in a variety of things.

    INTJ - Chianti

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    INTJs are original thinkers with the motivation necessary to execute on their ideas. They tend to be more independent, and hold themselves (as well as others) to a very high standard. INTJs are great for personal projects, and can be trusted to see them to completion.

    Just like INTJs excel when given goals, chiantis only improve when given food to pair with. Chiantis can range from light to full-bodied but retain a universal appeal to red wine lovers everywhere.

    ISTP - Malbec

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    ISTPs are definitely more quiet, but they’re also great at observing. They use their observations to find innovative solutions to problems and can leverage data to their advantage. ISTPs are great with processing information and utilizing it to create practical solutions in their environment.

    Malbecs are a great red with notes of plums and blackberry, and is considered to be a very versatile wine that encompasses a lot of flavors that can please any palate (just like ISTPs!). Considering malbecs pair with everything, they definitely go hand in hand with the ISTP ‘value efficiency’ characteristic.

    ISFP - Pinot Noir

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    ISFPs are in tune with their emotions and to those of the people around them, and live for the present moment. They tend to avoid conflict, and instead finds peaceful ways to bring harmony to their environment. ISFPs are also quite loyal to their friends and loved ones, which make them great people to have on your side.

    Pinot Noir is an earthy wine with great scents of red fruit cherries, licorice, and smoke, which makes anyone drinking this wine enjoy every sip. The process of drinking this wine is just like ISFPs, who live in every moment and work at their own pace/cadence.

    INFP - Riesling

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    INFPs place a lot of weight in their values, and ensure every facet of their life goes in line with their ideology. They are also great at finding the good in others, and help people both realize and execute on their potential. This personality is great for teams or working in pairs.

    The effervescence and brighter tastes of the Riesling are just like the bright-eyed INFP who seek possibilities in their environment and others.

    INTP - Grenache

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    INTPs are great at finding logical solutions and explanations to their environment, and tend to have their interests peaked by abstract ideas and concepts rather than interacting with others. They are great when it comes to thinking critically or out of the box, and are known to be exceptional problem solvers.

    If INTP’s are into the abstract, then there couldn’t be a better wine than a grenache. It’s radically versatile and is used to make both light and heavy reds, as well as amazing blends with Mourvedres and Shirazes.

    ESTP - Sauvignon Blanc

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    ESTPs live to quickly solve problems, and typically jump to a challenge with exuberance. They tend to not get mired in concepts or ideas, and would rather be a ‘do-er’. They live for the present and have a palpable energy to them.

    Just like the tolerant nature of the ESTP, Sauvignon Blancs can range from sweet to grassy in taste. Not typically used in blends, this is definitely the ESTP problem solver’s kind of wine.

    ESFP - Sangria

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    Definitely among the more friendly of the personalities, ESFPs are engaging people who tend to really enjoy life. They love to make work a fun activity instead of a chore, have a spark of spontaneity to them, and can quickly adapt to new challenges.

    Sangria is the ultimate drink for those who love and celebrate life, which is why it’s perfect for the ESFP. The mixtures of fruit, red wine, and other sweet flavors make this delectable amalgamation perfect for the fun-loving ESFP.

    ENFP - Champagne

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    ENFPs tend to be bubbly, energetic, and wield great imaginations. They tend to be the life at parties and have a knack for connecting people, ideas, and things in their environment. They also tend to be spontaneous, affirming the idea that variety is the spice of life.

    The bubbly characteristic of Champagne goes well with the ENFP who has the same approach to life. Imaginative, confident, and spontaneous, champagne matches perfectly with the ENFP.

    ENTP - Shiraz/Syrah

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    Sharp, vocal, and clever, ENTPs are great at finding innovative solutions to hard problems. They’re great at thinking out of the box, applying strategy, and going otuside of the norm. They tend to get tired of routines and going through the motion, so the more variety they have the better.

    The intensity of the Shiraz/Syrrah goes well with the focused intensity of the ENTP. It’s spicy, fruity, and has a rich texture that pairs well with the electrifying personality of the ENTP.

    ESTJ - Cabernet Sauvignon

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    Pragmatic, keen, and determined, the ESTJ is great at making decisions. They’re also adept at organizing teams and finding logical ways to effectively solve problems. They tend to be more forceful and by-the-books, and are great at providing results.

    Cabernet Sauvignon is the pragmatic wine to go with the reasoning personality of the ESTJ. It ranges from medium to full bodied and has a great dry taste that pairs well with the deliberate and efficient personality of the ESTJ.

    ESFJ - Merlot

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    Of the extroverts, the ESFJ definitely tends to be the more kind and empathetic of the outgoing personalities. They love teamwork, cooperation, and ensuring that everybody is happy. They ensure harmony in a very efficient and pragmatic way, and have a strong work ethic.

    Merlot has the same warmth and compassion of an ESFJ, and provides a less intense but still delightful taste of any medium to full-bodied red. It’s a great go-to wine for everyday drinking, and its consistency in taste is similar to that of the loyalty found in an ESFJ.

    ENFJ - Rose

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    ENFJs are warm, empathetic and loyal souls. They see potential in all and desire to help other reach their potential. Their responsible and responsive attitude provides inspirational leadership to all.

    The Rose is a sweet wine that matches to the sweetness of the ENFJ who are great at working with others. The ENFJ’s upbeat attitude and perseverance is consistent with the flavors and notes of the Rose.

    ENTJ - Nebbiolo

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    ENTJs are true leaders. Decisive and frank in nature, they quickly implement logical and efficient procedure and policies where needed. They enjoy setting and reaching goals and passing along their knowledge to others.

    A very powerful wine with a very straightforward flavor profile, the Nebbiolo pairs well with the executive-like personality of the ENTJ. Nothing says ‘I know how to lead’ like a glass of this delicious and notable red wine.