A Taste for Wine and Murder: Murder Mystery Party
Description - A Taste for Wine and Murder: Murder Mystery Party
This annual wine-tasting festival is in full swing when the body of local vineyard owner, Barry Underwood, is found hidden beneath his wine cellar. Comes with a complete party planner, invitations, costume and menu suggestions, clues and more! Mystery dinner party game for 8 players.
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Charter Oak, CA
Do something different. Kill someone for dinner!
Ho hum, another dinner party. Boring chitchat about the weather or worse. Work! Ugh. Do something different and throw a murder mystery dinner party. Kill someone off, drink a lot of wine, and spend the evening accusing each other of lies, treachery, and deceit! Hooya! Now that's a party! I've been in a couple of these and they have all been great fun. Make sure you invite the right people though. They should not be afraid to come in costume, affect bad accents, and act just a little foolish.
Bev from Nashville, Tn
We loved it!!!
This game was great!! My husband and I let our guests be the suspects and we played the non suspect roles and kept things moving. In between acts, we held a wine competition. We numbered and tasted. At the end of the game, we picked a winner. It was great! Our guests loved the game. They really got into the characters! It is important to pick people who are not shy or afraid of acting a little silly. Also someone who is very witty and quick on their feet, really makes the game. I am looking to throw another party soon. I can't decide between Lethal Luau and Bullets and BBQ! Maybe both!
Linda from VA
Bring out the wild side of your friends
This was the second Murder we hosted and our friends can't wait to do another. People shocked me by the lenghs they went to to dress their part and began acting the minute they stepped out of their cars. We had a hilarious time. Our only problem now is which one to choose next.
Jackie from islamorada Florida
Wehad a blast
Our friends and us had so much fun that I will be hosting another party. Everyone got into it to the max, they are still talking about it.
Chelsea from Sonoma, CA
What a conicidence!!
My best friend and I both live in the wine country, where this murder takes place. My mom had actually bought it for my dad and her but we got to it first. The food we served was a big hit and everyone enjoyed hearing other people's deep dark secrets. This is one of the best of the series.
Amy from Pensacola, FL
FUN FUN FUN!
We LOVED this game! This was the first murder mystery party we've ever done; it was so easy, I expected it to be difficult. We're shopping for the next one.
Kelli from Illinois
Great vineyard fun!
This is a great game! We had guests bring a bottle of wine and had a wine tasting before the mystery! I typed up questions for "audience members" to ask the guests between rounds. I'm trying A Murder on the Grill for this summer!
Lynette from North Carolina
Teens can murder too
We did this murder mystery for my 14 year old daughter. We substituted wine with white grape juice and cranapple juice. This was our 4th murder mystery. It's a great way to keep a birthday party interesting, especially for teenagers.
Lynda from Sugar Land, TX
NOT JUST AN ORDINARY DINNER PARTY
This was our first murder mystery dinner party. From the moment our guest arrived they were in character! The FBI was the only one to guess the murderer. We all had a wonderful time and still talk about it. We are waiting for Lethal Luau to be delivered to us--this is going to be a hoot!
Linda from Long Island, NY
It was a lot of fun, but a bit confusing at first.
The game was a blast! Our guests really got involved with their costumes and setting the stage. The accents and put-on voices were hilarious. This was our first murder mystery experience, and we look forward to doing it again. Next time we will know what to expect, and have more of an idea of how to proceed. We were a bit confused this time out, but it was a good time anyway.
Beverly from Tampa, FL
I have four of these games. So far each one has been fun!
I played this game( A Taste for Wine and Murder) with a couples group all adults and it was a blast. The group was 30 people strong and the guest that were not characters where given note pads and asked to guess. We voted and then revealed the guilty person. It was so much fun we are doing it again next month. I'm placing my order now!
Sheri from Rancho cucamonga, Ca
Our friends talked about this for weeks, they had a blast!!
I have actually done this particular game twice. I had invited two totally different groups of people and its fun to see who really plays the character and goes all out!! The second time around I actually re-did the scripts a little and brought the whole thing to life while the guest where there. They thought they were all invited to the annual festival for dinner and good wine, which they were, but I acutally created the earthquake in the surround sound of my house and had Barry Underwood in the cellar (our den) just as it states he was found in the story line. With everyone shocked and not expecting this and the screams from the maid and butler (extra characters) it was a hoot to see everyone run to see what was going on and the mystery now is at play!! It takes a little extra time to modify the game with the cd and character booklets, but its totally worth it. My guests from the first party heard what I was doing with the second and wanted to come again!! So I created extra parts like the nosey rich neighbor and gardner, etc.
Gigi from Dayton
This is the third Bepuzzled murder mystery dinner we've been to. All have been great, but his one is the best so far. Great recipes, great banter, great characters. If you can't decide which murder mystery to pick, this one's a winner!