Mixing Business With Pleasure With Wine

The Traveling Vineyard is providing something that many people feel is impossible, that work really can be fun! And hopefully rewarding too. The Traveling Vineyard is a direct selling business, similar to Avon in concept and theoretically seems like it could be a whole lot more fun.

Traveling Vineyard launched in 2001 with the idea of bringing wine tastings and great wine to everyday people who enjoy drinking wine but may feel uncomfortable in an uptight, more judgmental setting. It gives the guests/clients an educational experience along with sampling great wines with the opportunity to purchase them. The Traveling Vineyard has grown to the point that their Facebook page contains over 30,000 likes and followers. One of the benefits of this business are its low start-up costs. For a couple of hundred dollars you can be up and running as a Wine Guide. With this start-up fee, the Traveling Vineyard provides a Success Kit which provides wine glasses, decanters, brochures and many other items. Most importantly, it provides two wine kits so you get started hosting two tasting parties. Obviously, the purpose of this business is to sell bottles of wine but there are no sales quota’s so you can grow at your own pace. You can start out having smaller tastings for friends and family and allow yourself to grow more organically if you choose. If you’re a social person who enjoys sampling great wines while talking to old friends and meeting new one’s. Then this home-based business might be just what you’re looking for!

Learn more about Traveling Vineyard; https://www.directsalesaid.com/companies/traveling-vineyard.

The UKV PLC’s Highly Sought After Wines

Specializing in the acquisition and sale of the finest wine in the world, the UKV PLC is a London based company that prides itself on working with the largest network of wine brokers, traders, and merchants. The UKV PLC has a extensive understanding of French wine and how a wine’s region of origin affects the outcome of the final product. The UKV PLC recommends that novice buyers familiarize themselves with the French appellation system.

Burgundy 

• Burgundy Burgundy, France is known for its rolling hills, meadows, and mustard fields. Burgundy is also known for its red and white wines. Wines from the region are earthy and complex, or light with a mineral taste.

Bordeaux

• Bordeaux Bordeaux is a large, French region with over 10,000 local wine producers. Wines from the region are typically medium-body reds blended from different grapes.

Champagne

• Champagne True Champagne is produced in the Champagne region of northeast France. Champagne is made by utilizing a double fermentation process, necessary because of the region’s cold weather.

Loire

• Loire The Loire region is known for producing Muscadet, Sauvignon blanc, and Chenin blanc. The flavors vary depending on the vineyard’s proximity to the ocean.

With so many varieties of wine available, the UKV PLC employs wine consultants to assist clients with finding the perfect wine pairing. The UKV PLC not only supplies wine for consumption, but also markets wine as an investment. They offer a brokerage service for clients wishing to sell their investment grade wines.