Is wine a tasting note or a drawing?

In 1983, Howard Garner, psychologist and Harvard professor, presented a new model to explain intelligence, differentiating nine independent kinds of intelligence (the mental capacity to resolve problems or to generate valuable products).

For instance, the linguistic–verbal intelligence (described as the capacity of putting in order the meaning of words when reading or writing) allows us to learn and communicate in a traditional manner, and has been used to communicate about wine since Mesopotamian times.

Other kinds of intelligence described by Garner are logical intelligence (permitting us to solve mathematical problems), corporeal intelligence (using the body to express feelings), inter-personal intelligence...