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Wine tasting game

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This is a very easy to do wine tasting game. Makes any wine taste a fun occasion.

This is a very easy to do wine tasting game. Makes any wine taste a fun occasion.

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  • Never heard about this but sounds very interesting. But when I see this 'wine tasting' I just remember the wine tasting in Napa valley I'll never forget. http://www.winecountrytourshuttle.com/ are the best.
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  • don't forget to mention that there are grape types and wine regions on the hand-out that do not correspond with the wines...
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  • don't forget to have the numbers of the wine correspond with the numbers on the print-out (with the map: first slide).
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  • 1. Chardonnay Riesling Sauvignon blanc Viognier “ Wine is the most civilized thing in the world” Ernest Hemingway Cabernet Sauvignon Grenache Merlot Pinot Noir Shiraz Tempranillo Zinfandel X California Maipo (Chile) X X Mendoza (Argentina) X Abruzzo (Italia) Languedoc (F) X Bordeaux (F) X X Anatolia (Turkije) Robertson (SA) X X Patagonië(Argentina) Lime Stone Coast X X Bekkaa Valley (Libanon) X Cotnari (Roemenië) Léon (S) X X Carore (Venezuela) X Atlas (Morocco) X Gaochang (China) Grape Region # A B C D
  • 2. Preps
    • Buy the wine (I had 4 white, 6 red)
    • Write the grape types in the lists (1 st slide). Add a few other grape types to the lists.
    • Include the wine regions in the map. Add a few more wineregions. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wine-producing_regions
    • Make a separate list with hints (only available to game leader) about the wine regions from which the bought wines originate.
    • Number the hints and the wines. Hide the labels on the wine bottles.
    • Make prints of the first slide of this presentation.
    • Bring white bread/baguette and water (to clean glasses and to drink) to occasion.
  • 3. Rules of the game
    • Different rounds, one wine per round.
    • Game leader, after each round, tells the hint for the specific wine.
    • Participants write down the grape and the region (not the country).
    • After the last round, pass your list to your neighbour.
    • Game leader repeats all hints, the name of the wine, and tells about grape and region.
    • Each good answer is one point, so for instance; grape type is good, region is wrong   one point.
      • If there is a wine with multiple grapes, the game leader should mention that, and point are given to each good grape type, and negative points for each wrong grape type (only for a mix)

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