The Traveling Vineyard is its own unique kind of opportunity. This is the kind of company that allows you to either work from home or while traveling by becoming one of the company’s esteemed wine guides. You like wine but have you ever actually considered making a career out of your passion? With this kind of opportunity, you can start and stop dreaming immediately and start making a career based around wine a reality.
You could say that the Traveling Vineyard’s main priority is to offer wine tastings to customers in a relaxed and comfortable setting. Whether it’s your own backyard or the backyard patio of a friend, wine tastings are best enjoyed in a large group. Of course, if more intimate setting is more your style, you are in charge of the guest list of your own shindig, so you can make the crowd as little or as large as you would like and work as many times in any given day as you see fit. Wine Guides are naturally people persons and reaching out to their community is their talent. Through making these connections, you will not only enjoy yourself, but make money doing so. While you’re gaining new friendships, you’ll be guiding your friends and family in the direction of opening their palates to new types of wine.
Almost anyone can work from home while working as a wine guide for Traveling Vineyard through their simple to learn process. Once you have applied and are approved, you will be connected with an expert in the field of wine guiding and they will help you by answering any questions or concerns you might have. You’ll be provided ample training also, with plenty of learning materials to be accessed online through Traveling Vineyard’s comprehensive series of learning modules and tests. You’ll be provided this strong support until you are confident enough to set out on your own.
There are plenty of other resources available to new guides. You won’t want to miss The Harvest Conference, where guest speakers will provide encouragement and useful tips and news for wine guides. These types of opportunities offer growth for their wine guides.