How Traveling Vineyard Works

Traveling Vineyard sells wine through its vast network of independent Wine Guides who are located throughout the United States. Wine Guides host free wine tasting parties in people’s homes where everyone gets to sample some of the wines that Traveling Vineyard supplies. At the end of the party, the Wine Guide provides a form for people to purchase the wines they like and it is delivered to their homes.

Being a Wine Guide is perfect for those who want to operate a home-based business where they set their own hours and schedule. They are also supported by Traveling Vineyard through wine education, training, and opportunities to grow their business. Traveling Vineyard doesn’t set a minimum for monthly orders for any of the Wine Guides so they truly are free to operate their business as they see fit and their hours allow.

Traveling Vineyard offers a wide variety of wines. Among their many offerings of brands is Tanglerose Backyard Red, Calamity Sue, a Bella Mente Pinot Grigio 2015, and a 2015 Ibrido Manzoni Bianco. The types of wine run the gamut from Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sauvignon blanc, and to many others.

Traveling Vineyard maintains an active social presence on Facebook where they feature their Wine Guides and articles about wine. In a recent article, they offered their choices for the top 8 wines that match the March Madness Elite Eight college basketball tournament. Another post featured a Wine Guide who paid for her entire family of four’s trip to Jamaica.

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