We love us some wine: After a long day of work, there鈥檚 nothing better than a nice glass of vino (or two!) to help us unwind. But as anyone who鈥檚 ever picked up a bottle only to be utterly disappointed by its taste knows, not all wines are created equal. Depending on your taste buds, a sweet Riesling may not sit so well with your dry palate (or vice versa). Lucky for us, there鈥檚 a brand new service called Vinome to take the guesswork out of the equation by making recommendations based on your DNA. Whoa.

As it turns out, 鈥your wine palate is defined by your senses of taste and smell鈥 and 鈥渢hese senses, in turn, are largely defined by your genetics.鈥 With more than 400 genes making up the cells in your tongue and nose to help differentiate between different flavors and scents, that means that 鈥渆ven small variations in the DNA code for these genes can result in big changes in the way you perceive tastes and smells,鈥 accounting for why your penchant for ros茅 isn鈥檛 shared by your sister, for instance.

Vinome鈥檚 scientists tried to hone in on those genetic variations linked to taste and smell by looking at dozens of existing scientific studies before conducting their own. Inviting hundreds to take part in their experiment, Vinome鈥檚 team tested their DNA before having them rank various wines and answering questions about their personal taste preferences. The results were then analyzed to be turned into a 鈥渃ustom wine matching algorithm.鈥

It鈥檚 this algorithm, combined with a DNA test powered by Helix ($110), that the company uses to create your very own wine preference profile. Once you鈥檝e found your perfect match, you鈥檒l be able to shop the site鈥檚 online store for vino ($16-$45) that鈥檚 uniquely tailored to your palate, making sure you鈥檒l receive the right bottle for you, everytime.

What鈥檚 more, Vinome promises that like ratings in Netflix, the service only gets more accurate with use, using your feedback on each bottle you try to help tweak your profile.

It鈥檚 official: We鈥檙e intrigued. Where do we sign up?

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