Wine Trivia - Have fun tasting wines | The Vegan
Wine Trivia - Have fun tasting wines | The Vegan
Wine Trivia - Have fun tasting wines | The Vegan
Wine Trivia - Have fun tasting wines | The Vegan
Wine Trivia - Have fun tasting wines | The Vegan
Wine Trivia - Have fun tasting wines | The Vegan
Wine Trivia - Have fun tasting wines | The Vegan

Wine Trivia - Have fun tasting wines | The Vegan

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Description

Description of Wine Trivia - Have fun tasting wines | The Vegan, Card Game with Wine

A game of questions and challenges to taste wines while having fun and learning. Choose what type of wine you want to play with!

The wine trivia Bebedistinto is a highly addictive and incredibly fun trivia game that allows anyone to learn and compete in their own tasting at home. The goal is to answer the greatest number of questions correctly and stand out as the greatest wine expert.

All tasting kits include the wine of your choice and our flagship set. The rules are simple and anyone can play,you don't need to be a wine expert. Each kit has 20/35 question cards: specific for tasting (color, aromas, flavor), action, and collaborative, to solve, together, the mysteries of the world of wine.

LA VEGANA includes the tasting set with a bottle or two of certified vegan wine, and is ideal for everyone from a beginner wine drinker to the more experienced professional wine taster. The rules are simple and anyone can play, you don't need to be a wine expert.

 

Wine Trivia Wine Tasting Game Main Features - Have Fun Tasting Wine | The Vegan

  • Designed for between 2 and 8 players (or those who are willing to share a bottle of wine!)
  • Ideal for couples, groups of friends or family.
  • It is not necessary to have knowledge about the world of wine.
  • Fun, songs and laughter at the top of your lungs guaranteed.
  • It includes:
    • 20 to 35 question and challenge cards
    • An instruction manual,
    • Tasting guide,
    • Cards to write down answers or ideas that come to mind
    • Solutions.
    • Optional for gifts: Postcard with your personal message.
    • Vinazos of your choice with vegan certification.

 

Wine Tasting Game Wine Trivia - Have Fun Tasting Wine | The Vegan

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White monkey

 

How to Play Wine Trivia - Have Fun Tasting Wine | The Vegan

The objective of the game is to solve, individually or jointly, each of the cards it contains. You will learn details about the wines to taste, the different varieties, elaborations, and curiosities about this brutal drink.

PREPARATION:

  1. Distribute the answer cards.
  2. Prepare a drink for each participant.
  3. Leave on the table, the pile of cards arranged.
  4. The best: Uncorking the wine!

* The player or team that chose the wine at the last dinner will start;)

 METHOD:

In turn, each player or team will take a card and read it aloud. In each turn all the players will participate, individually or cooperatively, as indicated on the card.

You will find five types of cards: Questions, Action, Collaboration and Clues. Each card correctly resolved by a player or team will add one point to their score.

Once all the cards have been reviewed, it only remains to see who is the biggest sommelier in the group! On the back of the sheet to write down answers you will find a QR code that will take you to the solutions and more information about the winery and wines that you have tasted.

Let the party begin!

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Rates and shipping options

At Bebedistinto we like to be transparent in everything we do. When it comes to buying products online, shipping is the most important aspect, which is why we take great care in shipping and handling orders using only 100% recycled packaging material.

An important premise: wine bottles are heavy (about 1.4 kg each) and shipping is expensive. At Bebedistinto we are proud to be an independent online store, and therefore we must charge shipping on most orders, otherwise we would not be in business. However, we do our best to offer very competitive shipping rates.


Shipping Information

Shipments take between 24-72 hours (working days) to reach the destination in peninsular shipments. Check via email hello@bebedistinto.com if it is an urgent shipment or you need it for a specific date.

In shipments to the Balearic Islands and other countries, the order may take a few more days to be shipped.

These times are estimates. We try to manage the orders as quickly as possible, but we are not responsible if the shipments are processed by the Post Office or Express Post and are delayed.

In the event of weekends, holidays or force majeure, orders will be attempted as soon as possible, but we do not promise to meet these delivery dates.

For international shipments prices depend on the country. Contact via email hello@bebedistinto.com


Shipping costs

Peninsular Spain (Correos Express): € 4.99

Spain Balearic Islands (Correos Express): €5.99

Remember that if your order exceeds €60, the shipment isFOR FREE.

 

Invoices

If you need an invoice for your order, contact the email hello@bebedistinto.com

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