Author: Brent RunzelISBN 978-1-62137-792-4 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-793-1 (eBook)
Do your adult friends and family like wine? If so, The Wine Games is your how-to guide to creating a fun-filled evening with friends and family playing games that all have some connection, however direct or abstract, to WINE. The Wine Games contains more than thirty easy-to-stage, interactive games that everyone can play and enjoy. You'll be balancing wine glasses, throwing bean bags at wine bottles, spitting and bouncing corks, catching crackers, rolling grapes, and, of course, drinking wine. There are games for indoors and outdoors and games for individual play, team play and group play. And none of the games require any special equipment or skills! Choose games like "Call the Bouncer" or "Noodle Suck" or "Stack & Carry" while creating your own "decantalon" that will be thoroughly enjoyed by your wine-loving crowd. If your group has grown tired of the traditional board and trivia games, you'll want to call everyone together to play The Wine Games. It's fun, it's unique, and you can be sure no one will whine.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Brent Runzel was born December 17, 1959, in Omaha, Nebraska. He moved with his family to suburban Chicago when he was 7 years old. He attended Elk Grove High School and graduated from Millikin University in Decatur, IL, with a Marketing degree in 1982. He met Karin in a bicycle shop after she came in to buy a new 10-speed. They married less than two years later in 1990 and welcomed daughter Tricia in 1991 and son Daniel in 1994.
Brent and Karin regularly visit different wineries and vineyards, having followed wine trails in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Napa Valley. They prefer white wines such as Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc and unoaked Chardonnay. They often gather with their friends to play Wine Games. Brent is also an avid runner and professional sports fan.
The Wine Games is Brent's first published work.
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