- Made in the U.S.A.
- For 2-6 players
- Opoly-style play
- Great fun
We invite you to pop the cork off your next fun gathering with Wineopoly! Players buy favorite wines and collect bunches of grapes and trade them in for decanters. Add import taxes and a wine serving faux pas or two, and the game becomes a little more difficult and a lot more fun. Players learn about wine while they play. Each deed back contains wine descriptors and fun facts about each wine. It's all fun and games until you're sent to the Wine Cellar to age--then you're out of the game for three turns. So choose your token (wine bottle, cork, wine glass, cheese, grapes, or a carafe) and advance to Cheers. You never know, you may be elected president of the wine club or you may be penalized for serving obtrusively malodorous fromage!
Over the course of our history, Americans have engaged in debates about alcohol and its place in our society. Government programs and policies have ranged from promoting drink-related industries to warning of the health dangers of drinking and driving to outright prohibition of alcohol manufacturing and sales. Few issues have generated such passion among citizens and government officials. Alcohol-related records in the holdings of the National Archives--posters, government-created films, patent drawings, artifacts, and petitions--explore the surprising role of the federal government in regulating, promoting, investigating, and prohibiting alcohol production, sales, and consumption.