Wine experts have always known they’re a cut above the great unwashed, and now it’s official.

(Other) boffins in the US this week put out (more) research proving that wine critics have tastebuds far superior to those of mere mortals, which explains why they can sniff out the merest whiff of Alpine gooseberry, while some of us mortals struggle to tell white from red.

Still, Bogof defies even the crudest palate to miss the hints of futility and notes of creosote in its homebrewed moonshine.