sklearn.datasets.load_wine(*, return_X_y=False, as_frame=False)[source]

Load and return the wine dataset (classification).

New in version 0.18.

The wine dataset is a classic and very easy multi-class classification dataset.



Samples per class


Samples total





real, positive

Read more in the User Guide.

return_X_ybool, default=False

If True, returns (data, target) instead of a Bunch object. See below for more information about the data and target object.

as_framebool, default=False

If True, the data is a pandas DataFrame including columns with appropriate dtypes (numeric). The target is a pandas DataFrame or Series depending on the number of target columns. If return_X_y is True, then (data, target) will be pandas DataFrames or Series as described below.

New in version 0.23.


Dictionary-like object, with the following attributes.

data{ndarray, dataframe} of shape (178, 13)

The data matrix. If as_frame=True, data will be a pandas DataFrame.

target: {ndarray, Series} of shape (178,)

The classification target. If as_frame=True, target will be a pandas Series.

feature_names: list

The names of the dataset columns.

target_names: list

The names of target classes.

frame: DataFrame of shape (178, 14)

Only present when as_frame=True. DataFrame with data and target.

New in version 0.23.

DESCR: str

The full description of the dataset.

(data, target)tuple if return_X_y is True
The copy of UCI ML Wine Data Set dataset is downloaded and modified to fit
standard format from:


Let’s say you are interested in the samples 10, 80, and 140, and want to know their class name.

>>> from sklearn.datasets import load_wine
>>> data = load_wine()
>>>[[10, 80, 140]]
array([0, 1, 2])
>>> list(data.target_names)
['class_0', 'class_1', 'class_2']

Examples using sklearn.datasets.load_wine