From a recent article in the San Francisco Chronicle we learn of two drinking games—elegant rather than base, but still drinking games. The first is BlindWine, a competitive wine-tasting activity where the winner is the person who brought the highest scoring bottle. The second is Karafe, a board game that also incorporates tasting, but then involves players in purchasing vinyards, harvesting grapes, and selling wine. Not very exciting looking games, in and of themselves. But then again, I guess the fun doesn’t really come from the game.