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Wine Wars: A Trivia Game for Wine Geeks and Wannabes Game – September 30, 2009
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'Whether you want to learn, challenge yourself or impress, Wine Wars will let you have tons of fun with the topic of wine. And that's what it's all about!' --Andrea Robinson, Master Sommelier
'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
About the Author
Joyce Lock is the author of Foodie Fight and Wine Wars, and earned her master in gastronomy degree at Boston University where she also received certificates in wine and spirits and the culinary arts. She serves on the board of Practical Farmers of Iowa, and has enjoyed being a judge for the James Beard Foundation Awards and Cochon 555, a heritage breed pig culinary competition. Joyce lives in Des Moines and Chicago.
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What did not like was the quality of the bag. (The game includes game boards, cards and tokens). The tokens are paper made in wine bottles shape. Just like bingo chips. They came in a yellow bag that came all torn up. It made me feel very disappointed since the overall quality seem great.