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Traveling Vineyard was launched in 2001 with a small wine tasting section in a backyard. The main objective of the firm is to offer remarkable wine tasting experiences to clients. It employs guides who reach out to the clients and share their love for wine. The wine guides work from the comfort of their homes. The work assigned to guides is quite easy since the company offers them support and training until the guide can work on his/her own.
Starting out as a guide
You can send an application or a message to the company. Traveling Vineyard will assign you a leader who is in your locality. Your leader will answer your questions and show you how to go about the job. When you have been oriented by your leader, and you are certain about being a wine guide, you will access the Tasting Room. It is a training area which you can visit remotely from your home. During training, you will learn how to approach clients and advertise the items you will be selling.
After signing up, guides’ purchase a Success Kit which contains two tasting sets of five bottles of wine, tasting glasses, and a carrying case. In addition, guides are given a bottle carrier, and all the paperwork needed. The Sommology Kit is also an important tool for wine guides as it contains all details on how to taste and blend wine, as well as the different techniques of combining wine with events and foods.
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The Harvest Conference
Harvest conference for guides, where they meet speakers who encourage them and give details of the new products. It is an epic way to socialize with colleagues in the business. There are other smaller gatherings similar to the conference in every region for those who miss the main event.
The ultimate benefit of being a wine guide at Traveling Vineyard is that you work from home. You create more time to spend with your family. As a wine guide, there are many opportunities for you to make new friends and attend special events. You can also earn by referring your friends to be wine guides at Traveling Vineyard.