- The promise (and pitfalls) of current recommendation engines (collaborative filtering)
- THE PROBLEM: Welcome to the Vino Casino
WINE IS HARD TO LIKE
- Wine is hard to like
- Can I learn to like wine?
- Wine is too hard to like
- How Science Saved Me from Pretending to Love Wine
- INCOMPATIBILITY: Profile Matching
- How sensory taste profiling stops short of individual recommendation accuracy —
- Next Glass: A Step (but jot far enough) In Solving Wine Rating’s Genetic Issues
- Anxiety, Stress and Social Pressure Sabotage Choice
- Turning White Wine Into Red: Recommendation Failures & The Alchemy Of Context
- On the Relationship(s) Between Color and Taste/Flavor
- Basic Taste: A Perceptual Concept
- Wine And Music Are A Lot Alike & So Are The Ways Their Recommendation Systems Fail —
- New Research Shows Why Wine Descriptions Don’t Help Consumers Select Wine
- 66% of wine drinkers find wine descriptions unhelpful in choosing wine. Only 9% rely on critics
Turning White Wine Into Red: Recommendation Failures & The Alchemy Of Context
- The Odor of Colors: Can Wine Experts and Novices Distinguish the Odors of White, Red, and Rosé Wines
- Average wine drinker confused about acidity
- Average wine drinker confused about tannin
- Wine And Music Are A Lot Alike & So Are The Ways Their Recommendation Systems Fail
GENETICS/physiology/OTHER INDIVIDUAL PHYSICAL DIFFERENCES
- Why taste and smell are so hard to pin down … while sight and sound are slam dunks. … to be drafted
- Retronasal perception of odors is often overlooked as a key metric —
- Personal experience…changing tastes … developing a taste for ….
- Genetic science shows why wine reviews and taste profiles miss the target for recommendations
- Mouth bacteria: one more reason that individuals’ taste perception differs (especially from sip & spit experts)
- Beyond Genetics: How Saliva Affects Your Unique Way Of Experiencing Wine
Genetic Chaos Mandates New Look At How Wine Gets Recommended
- Molecular Genetics: “The sense of smell: genomics of vertebrate odorant receptors”
- Journal of Cell Biology “The cell biology of taste”
- Why We Like What We Like
- On Wine Bullshit
- Wine drinkers dislike jargon
- Psychological and physiological responses to odor-evoked autobiographic memory.
- Brain–Immune Interaction Accompanying Odor-Evoked Autobiographic Memory
- The Nose, an Emotional Time Machine
- Proust Was A Neuroscientist
- The Living Word
- Why are wine terms so confusing?
SMELLS ARE HARD TO DESCRIBE
- Why Are Smells So Difficult to Describe in Words?
- That Smells Like … Um, I Can’t Think Of A Word For It!
- Can You Name That Smell?
- Lifestyle Shapes Our Ability to Name Odors
- The Uneducated Nose