Wine really opens up when you know a thing or two about it. You can roll the wine in the glass before holding it up to the light to check the water line and alcohol content. You can tilt the glass to smell the aromas. Sniff to high on the opening and the scent will be muddled by evaporating alcohol fumes. Take a whiff low to get the full aromatic picture. Flavors can be described as chocolate, dry, apricot, bitter, leather and fruit. Finally, you watch the cascade of liquid cling to the glass after taking a sip to get an idea of the viscosity.
It takes a long time to develop this appreciation on your own, but the whole educational process could be expedited with a good teacher. That’s where Traveling Vineyards wants you to come in.
Traveling Vineyard Wine Guides have a dream job. They get to educate groups of people on the beauties of wine using a selection of world class wines. Any purchase made through the tasting event accrues the guide a significant commission. If you want to make more money, you simply hold more tasting events.
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Wine Guides generally start holding events with their friends. One of the simplest ways to get started is to have a friend host a gathering. When everyone arrives, you take over. You get to give your spiel while taking your friends through the tasting process step by step. You get to show them how to look at the wine, how to smell the libation and how to describe the flavors. You may even surprise your friends by turning them onto new flavors and styles; wines they would have never thought to try.
There are all sorts of ways to entice people into coming to your event. You can hold theme tastings such as bachelorette party events, girl’s night out or a Great Gatsby-themed event. You are only limited by your imagination.
Once you have gained experience hosting an event with your friends, it is time to branch out to strangers. That’s when the real money begins to kick in. There’s a referral for more tastings with every successful event. Success keeps on breeding success, and you get to make money deepening other’s appreciation for your favorite drink. It won’t even feel like you’re working as you add festive pictures to Traveling Vineyard social media accounts. Make money while having fun with Traveling Vineyard.
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