I decided that I wanted to get more interactive on our Facebook page. I thought about what would people like to know or discuss. After pondering the topic for a while, I came up with Wine Scenarios. I use scenarios in my classes all the time. I ask my students what would they do in a certain situation. They tend to like these days that I bring them up (maybe because it means less running, but I like to think they like the activity.) I started doing a wine scenario a day and it has been greeted with enthusiasm on our page. If you haven’t liked us….. what are you waiting for? Here’s the link!
I don’t know how long I can continue to create these scenarios. It’s a lot harder to come up with wine scenarios than high school scenarios. I hope you enjoy and I hope they make you think! Please leave me some comments of what you would do!
You are out to dinner with other people. Another member of your party takes the wine list and orders a bottle of wine. The sommelier brings the bottle to that person for approval. After looking at label and tasting they agree it is ok. One sip of your glass, you realize the bottle is corked? What do you do? ￼
Someone in you wine circle always brags about the amazing wines he/she drinks – of course you never get to share in these wines. One night you are out and you see them, but they don’t see you. They are drinking a bottle of Thunderbird. What do you do?
You are walking in back alley of a wine shop. The store is closed, no one is around and there are no cameras. You notice that there is a case of wine sitting there that was obviously left there by accident. Do you take the case? What would you do?
You are hosting a surf and turf dinner and your guest has brought you a bottle of Two Buck Chuck. Do you open their bottle at dinner? What do you do?
In addition to these wine scenarios, I ask a wine question of the day. So head over to our Facebook page, give us a like and play along!