BENTON CITY, Wash.-- A group of wine lovers are giving a twist to the Washington wine industry. They've created a board game about Washington wines.
It's called Washignton Wine Trails. Each player takes a turn at rolling the die. There's faux pas, wine, wild, cards.
The winner of the game gets to land on the "Welcome to the party" space. But watch out there's also a "Get pulled over space".
We talked to Joe Mason whose one of the creators of the game. He says it took about two years to put together.
He says it's not just for avid wine drinkers but for anyone trying to learn more about wines in general.
"It's very much for somebody who's beginning, somebody who's wanting to learn more about wine, particularly the wines in our valley and in Washington state, our faux pas cards in the game tell what a person probably shouldn't do what they're in a tasting room, or when they're going wine touring," said Joe Mason, Co-Creator of Washington Wine Trails.
The game is $39.95. It's available at several wineries in Tri-Cities, Benton City, Prosser and Zillah.
We've attached a link to game's website with a complete list of all the locations. Just go to the On-Air Links Section of KNDU or KNDO's website.