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FOOD & WINE   20 JULY 2018

The New WineGame App Is Pretty Great, No Matter What Level Wine Drinker You Are

The biggest takeaway for me, however, was that the pressure of blind tasting suddenly became fun.

 

WINE SPECTATOR   19 JULY 2018

Smells Like Victory: WineGame App from Rob Wilder and José Andrés Lets You Wage Blind-Tasting Battle Royales via Phone

It's not so different from the spirited guessing games wine lovers have been playing IRL since the beginning of wine.

 
 
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THE GUARDIAN    18 JULY 2018

Think you're a wine buff? How to turn a glass of wine into a family feud.
WineGame lets you scan bottles and test friends’ and family’s knowledge of grape, region and vintage – but beware the seriously competitive

 

THE TIMES [UK]    30 JUNE 2018

Wine Quiz App will be the Toast of Drinkers with Good Taste
The secret to wine, it has been said, is that good wine tastes good and bad wine doesn’t. All the rest is nonsense. A new app promises to disprove that theory.

"Before revealing the correct answer, the app asks players to rate the wine — potentially the most embarrassing moment for the wine know-it-all who might be tricked into revealing a penchant for the cheapest bottle of plonk in play."

 

FINANCIAL POST    20 JUNE 2018

FP INNOVATORS
WineGame app brings the master sommelier experience to the masses
The goal is to make blind tasting way more accessible, super social, educational and fun. And it's unstumpable.

“If you like Trivial Pursuit, if you like wine, if you have friends, then you need WineGame.”

 

DRINKSBUSINESS     21 JUNE 2018

New App Turns Any Bottle into a Blind Tasting Quiz

A new app that transforms any collection of wine bottles into a multiple choice blind tasting quiz has been launched, inviting players to test their tastebuds while learning about wine in a fun and informal setting.

 

BLOOMBERG NEWS    20 JUNE 2018

PURSUITS
Is This New Wine Guessing Game the Most Elitist App Ever?

Not so, according to the creators of WineGame, which aims to bring the Master Somm experience—and joy of vino—to the masses.