Where Will The Traveling Vineyard Wine Guides Show Up Next?
According to a recent article on the NorCal News website, the Traveling Vineyard wine guides made a visit and were kind enough to share some of their tips to those planning to make a visit to the area. In addition to its numerous top-rated vineyards, the Napa Valley area has a plethora of fun-filled activities for those moments when a break from the wine tasting is necessary! The guides suggest a visit to the Napa Valley Historical Society as a great way to learn more about the area and how it has become one of the world’s top winemaking locales.
The Traveling Vineyard team enjoys wine and they love to have fun. Take a quick peek at their Twitter feed and you will see lots of people located all over the country enjoying at-home private wine tastings as well as wine guides flaunting their cool wine accessories. One of the most popular trends is wine guides posting poolside pics complete with floating wine glasses! The cool swag is available through the Traveling Vineyard and the pics are just another example of how the company encourages fun! All of the wine tastings are centered around enjoying wine while learning a bit more about it.
No one needs to be an expert to become a wine guide, they will just need to want to learn more about wines and winemaking. Another very popular pastime of the wine guides is to share photos of all the delicious foods that they pair with wines for many of the events. Hosts will receive guidance from the Traveling Vineyard team about which foods pair best with the wines to be featured at the tasting. The Wine Guides can help the hosts understand which dishes will be best to serve at their event, and the atmosphere is one of learning rather than lecturing.
If you or someone that you know loves wine, it may be worth their time to look into becoming a Traveling Vineyard wine guide. In addition to learning more about the wine industry they will earn compensation, all-expense paid vacations and other bonus items.