November 20, 2008 at 2:05 am Leave a comment

At the heart of Wine Teasers Wine Game are thirty “wine bottle cards” that describe real life wines. The cards are divided into six categories that represent different styles of wines. Each card includes an image of the wine’s label, tasting notes and food pairings. The wine bottle cards were developed in cooperation with major wine producers such as Rober Mondavi, Ruffino, Banfi, Louis Jadot, Taittinger, Harveys, Iniskillin, Concha y Toro, Columbia Winery, W. & J. Graham’s, Monkey Bay and many more.

The wine bottle cards are the game’s prize: answer questions correctly, and your team qualifies to collect a wine bottle card. The first team with one card in each of the six categories wins the game.

Wine bottle cards are also perfect for individual reference or to take along when shopping for wine or wine/food combinations.

— S.S.

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Wine Teasers Wine Game

Cork Jester's Wine Teasers wine game is a trendy, educational game that combines trivia, hints, chance, and even the occasional diabolical maneuver to provide a fun and unpretentious wine learning experience. Teams of players answer questions, discuss topics, loot virtual wines from each other, and have a fun, educational experience along the way. Wine Teasers’ motto, “The FUN way to learn wine,” describes the game perfectly

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