You’ve probably given someone a bottle of wine for a birthday or other occasion. It's the fall back gift to go to when they don’t really need anything and you can’t think of much else. Wrapping paper can’t disguise what it is, why bother. The common metallic decorative paper gift bag with a bow is a dead give away.
When giving a gift bottle of wine next time, you might pose them the question, “Are You Game?”
Vino Vault wine cryptex gives you the opportunity to give the gift of amusement, fun and adventure. Taunt them, tease them - send them off on your own customized treasure hunt with the goal of cracking your code after which they'll get your wine - a delayed gratification so to speak.
You can choose to make the game last 5 minutes or 5 years – it’s entirely up to you. Maybe you’re giving a red that needs to age, so not have some fun during the wait?
Choose your own five letter code word or take a look in our code bank. Set up your new code in the vault. It’s fairly easy and we have easy to read instructions as well as a video to guide you. Choose your bottle. There are some size and shape limitation the bottles that can be accepted. See Maximum Bottle Size page. Design your game
Customizing is the fun part. There are no rules. You make the rules. Here are some concepts to get you thinking. Also, if you’ve had a good game, why not share your experience with others on the Games People Play / guest book page.
Email, call, or text them clues at frequent as you like Spread out clues among their friends, family members, coworkers, or anyone. Choose a clue related to a billboard, street sign, or store that they regularly pass by. Choose dialogue from a movie, could Jack Nicholson or Tom Hanks have a clue for them? Perhaps they are on a honeymoon or vacation - are the clues hidden on a hiking trail or at the top of the peak? Does a lyric or song title have some meaning? Maybe a clue is embedded in a novel, like the “The Da Vinci Code?” Is a clue taped or on a “post it” underneath the table at their usual lunch spot? Could the message written out on the bottom of the ocean floor with broken pieces of coral at one of their favorite dive spots?
You get the idea. The list is endless. You’ll come up with your own unique game!