Traveling Vineyard offers a great and flexible part-time work opportunities to its wine guides. In fact, several wine guides made a recent visit to the Napa Valley area and reported back to the NorCal News website. The article focuses on some insider info from the wine guides on how to spend your time while visiting the Napa Valley area.
There are suggestions from a visit to the Historical Society, to spending some time tasting farm fresh olive oils. The article is a great way to get a better understanding of Napa and all of the activities available in the area that are not focused on wine. Even the hardiest of wine lovers need a break from the endless tastings at some point!
The opportunity available to the wine guides is so great that some even opt to do it full-time after they have tried it out for a bit. And if you are looking for a fun way to earn some extra cash on the side, there is no doubt that becoming a wine guide will suit your needs. The business model is based on private, in-home wine tastings that allow the wine guides to explain more about each wine, its origin and a little bit about how it is made. The information never gets too technical, it is at the perfect level to not get too involved but just add to the overall enjoyment of drinking wine. The wine guides can also discuss various food pairings and what type of tastes go best with each wine varietal.
Traveling Vineyard is a company that wants its wine guides and their guests to have fun. There are no fussy or snobbish attitudes here! The company has a very robust social media presence and you can see just how much fun everyone is having! Wine guides are encouraged to submit photos from their tasting events and it really does look like the events are a lot of fun. Traveling Vineyard offers commissions, bonuses and special promotions such as all expenses paid vacations to popular wine destinations. Learn more about wine guides today.