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Wine Wars: A Trivia Game for Wine Geeks and Wannabes Book Supplement – September 30, 2009
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'Whether you're an aspiring Master Sommelier or a passionate enogeek, Wine Wars is just the ticket to challenge your grape to glass saavy striking an edutaining balance of bacchanalian trivia with those need to know wine factoids.' --Evan Goldstein, Master Sommelier and author of Perfect Pairings: A Master Sommelier's Practical Advice for Partnering Wine with Food
'Wine Wars is so entertaining we almost hate to spoil the fun by pointing out that it's educational, too. Its sister game Foodie Fight is an equally delicious diversion and a perfect pairing!' -- Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg, award-winning authors of What to Drink with What You Eat and The Flavor Bible
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Joyce Lock is the author of Foodie Fight: A Trivia Game for Serious Food Lovers, Wine Wars: A Trivia Game for Wine Geeks and Wannabes (published in French as Le Quiz du Caviste) and Foodie Fight Rematch.
The wish for a trivia game about food and wine became her grad school thesis project and later her bestselling games. Joyce earned her master's degree in gastronomy at Boston University where she also received certificates in wine and spirits and the culinary arts.
Joyce lives in Des Moines and Chicago.
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Fun game, I like the trivial pursuit style of game with categories rather than just one question per card. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rob C
Thought this would be a fun for my brother & sister-in-law who belong to a wine club.Published 1 month ago by VBeach
Too much like monopoly. I played it a few times with different friends. Everyone thought it was boring. Not a stimulating game.Published 22 months ago by Marybeth
Got this set as a gift for a friend who's a sommelier and he absolutely loved it. When he's not playing the game with his wine pals, he uses the set as flash cards. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Daniel McG