This Team Building brings coworkers together in an game mixing police investigation and wine...
A discovery game
This Team Building brings coworkers together in an game mixing police investigation and wine tasting.
At the begining of the game, each team receive a tablet, two glasses of wine (red and white) and an “expert” equipment needed to conduct an oenological analysis aiming at solving the investigation!
Julien Chabrol was found dead in his vineyard!
The police found two bottles of wine next to his body, which have become key evidence in the investigation.
Lieutenant Colombard, dispatched to the scene, has to interview suspects. But he needs your help…
Will you successfully win this game, mixing the roundness of an oenological analysis alongside the fruity flavours of an investigation?
Before the start of the game, the budding wine-detectives meet all together in one location: our Game Masters explain the concept of the game and how the tablet works.
It is recommended that teams be set up in advance (the great Lieutenant Colombard does not like having to wait…).
Upon their arrival at the table, the teams are given a tablet, two glasses of wine (white and red) and various elements necessary for oenological analysis.
Over the course of 2 hours, the participants will have the opportunity, among other things, to watch and analyze the videos of interviews of the relatives of the victim, Julien Chabrol, conducted by Lieutenant Colombard.
In the meantime, they will be guided by the tablet in their visual, olfactory and taste analysis of the two glasses of wine — key clues in solving the mystery.
For this activity, Inspector Colombard may be thinking about awarding lots… If he’s satisfied!
It’s time to talk. The oenologist Mr. Rollet will give you some important information and advice.
Tap “continue” to begin!
Are you ready to use your nose? Three tabs have been placed on the table, each one corresponding to the following categories of smells: spices; fruits; flowers. Associate each tab with its smells category!
Reading the investigation booklet has disclosed that it was Nathalie and Denis Chabrol who discovered the body… Let’s see what they have to say in their first interrogation…
Tap to start the video!
In your opinion, which region is infamous for this bottle shape?
Let’s go back to the crime scene to test your new knowledge about wine bottle shapes. Look at the photo above. What is the name of the bottle of white wine you can see on the floor? Write your answer (without the article)!
You have now arrived at the end of this oeno-police investigation where you have mobilized your sensory abilities and your sense of investigation. It is now time to make a decision: who do you think has perpetrated Julien Chabrol’s murder?