A data frame containing 177 rows and thirteen columns; object
vintages contains the class labels.
These data are the results of chemical analyses of wines grown in the same region in Italy (Piedmont) but derived from three different cultivars: Nebbiolo, Barberas and Grignolino grapes. The wine from the Nebbiolo grape is called Barolo. The data contain the quantities of several constituents found in each of the three types of wines, as well as some spectroscopic variables.
M. Forina, C. Armanino, M. Castino and M. Ubigli. Vitis, 25:189-201 (1986)
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