The official Wine & Spirit Education Trust game app.
If you are a wine lover and looking for a fun way to test your knowledge - this app is for you!
Simply tap the screen where you think each wine should be placed, zoom in and release to confirm when you are happy with your selection.
You will be presented with a number of levels increasing in complexity to test your knowledge of wine and where it is produced around the world.
There is a time limit per level, with ten wines to try and place correctly.
The levels you will be faced with ask you to decide which country, region or sub-region the wine comes from.
The app features additional information on all the regions and grape varieties you have been faced with placing in the game, so as well as testing your knowledge, you can extend it! There are direct links back to the WSET website for more information on all the qualifications WSET offers worldwide.
Have fun and good luck!
Who are WSET®?
The Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) was founded in 1969 to provide high quality education and training in wines and spirits. Since then, WSET has grown into the foremost international body in the field of wines and spirits education, with a suite of sought-after qualifications.
- Updates to support iOS 8 and iPhone 6/6+
Ratings and Reviews
Only for able bodied people alas
I'm a big wine drinker & highly ranked on the wine app Vivino. However I've had a stroke & cannot use my hands quickly. Unfortunately this game relies on the speed you can move & zoom vs. your knowledge. Great idea but a bit unfair to anybody who doesn't have lightning fast hands, regardless of your wine knowledge.
What an odd idea. I thought it may be about testing myself as to where certain wines come from, but it tells me the place, eg Loire, under the name of the wine, so all I am doing is matching a location to a country on a map. The timer means I don't have time to even look at what the wine is!
Have a non timer mode at least. We don't all need to be insanely speedy at matching and it can still be a game (and timed) without a short timeframe to complete.
Absolutely not enough time to answer, even if you know the answer, zooming in and out is time consuming. Wset are a fantastic organisation and do some great classroom based work and are number one in wine education, it is great they are embracing the digital era and I'm sure this will improve. Looks bad on iPad.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.