Wine quiz winners

The quiz is over! Long live the quiz!

Mark in Chapel Hill, North Carolina was selected at random as the winner of the Oxford Companion to Wine! All hail Mark’s wine geekdom! Chris Craig! from the UK won the second book prize. We are still working out whether elves can bring books to England.

Thanks for all of your participation in the quiz this time around. Clearly it was too easy for all you sharp wine enthusiasts this time since it had the highest success ratio by far of any quiz to date (see the answers here or head to the wine quiz archive if you are still jonseing). But still your chances of winning either prize were much better than the lottery.

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2 Responses to “Wine quiz winners”


  1. Thanks for changing my name and protecting my identity…Along with Dr Vino it makes for a great Bond moment!

    And thanks for such generous prizes for your quiz; I’ve only been reading for three weeks or so!

    I’m hunting down a job in Paris starting next February…A book on French wine should educate my NZ-grown pallette before I arrive ;)


  2. Craig,

    Oops, sorry about goofing your name! I guess my coffee hadn’t kicked in yet…

    And Scotland, no less, not even England!

    Cheers,


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