This person is usually a woman, Wilson says, who holds her glass with dainty, splayed fingers and uses it in a provocative way. She may hold the glass in a place where it draws attention to her attributes or peer over the rim to make eye contact.
Is also most likely to be a woman, according to Doctor Wilson. He says this drinker clusters together with her friends. She holds a wine glass by the bowl and uses it to make points in conversation - often critical points. She is inclined to lean over her drink toward others, to speak confidentially.
Can be a man or woman, a shy, submissive person who holds the glass protectively as though afraid somebody will take it away. The glass is used as a social crutch; the drink is never quite finished, with a mouthful left in case of emergency.
The doctor says this male drinker is active and self-confident. He is inclined to hold a drink suggestively and be possessive.