If you appreciate French wines and wish to know more about wines in general, you can take a trip to France and travel the wine routes, staying in small vintner’s quaint bed & breakfasts.
It’s a delightful way to increase your knowledge of different wines, however, it is expensive. If you desire to learn more about how to taste wines correctly, contact a Traveling Vineyard Wine Guide in your community to see about hosting a wine tasting at your home for you and your friends. They offer several reasonably priced French wines and well as exclusive wines from the U.S.
With the Traveling Vineyard, Wine Guide travel to private homes and hold wine tastings for groups of friends, bringing five bottles of different wines for tasting. The host prepares d’oeuvres and invites friends. At the end of the night, the Wine Guide takes orders from guests who would like to purchase some of the Traveling Vineyard’s wines. As the host, you will earn free wine, depending on the dollar amount of the orders generated.
If you are unable to locate a Traveling Vineyard Wine guides in your community, either from the company website or from Facebook, consider becoming a Wine Guide yourself. For only $189, you can have your own business, complete with training and supplies for your first two wine tastings. The only requirement is that you enjoy wine, so you are able to project your enthusiasm to others.
Being a Wine Guide is a legitimate work at home opportunity where you set your own hours and work as little or as much as you desire. You will earn commissions on your sales and if you find guests at one of your tastings that want to become Wine Guides as well, you can build a team and earn even more money. It is an ideal venture for wine enthusiasts who have always dreamed of working for themselves.
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