Money Saving Tip For Traveling Vineyard Wine Guides

Being a wine guide for Traveling Vineyard is one of the best jobs I have ever had. I get to travel around going to parties. It is as simple as that. I make money going to wine tasting parties and guiding people through the wine tasting process in order to broaden their horizons about their favorite wines. I’ve gotten to meet so many wonderful people, and I take great pride in the fact that I have enriched their lives.

It all started with a gathering of my friends. I got them together to be my guinea pigs for my new job as a wine guide for Traveling Vineyard. I got them all around the table and poured them some of the best wines in the world. Then I got to use my education to teach them about those wines. It really made a difference. A lot of my friends walked away with a new favorite wine from a different region of the world.

I left ordering information for these wines with my friends. They would go online to order the wines and I would get a commission from the sales. Money started rolling in, and it keeps rolling in because my friends continue to order their favorite wines.

Then my friends told their friends about this event. I suddenly got more and more engagements with people I didn’t really know. And every successful event got me more events because people talk. I have become high demand for these types of wine parties. It is a lot of fun and they make a lot of money.

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There is one trick that I have learned along the way. It is always helpful to have food at these wine tasting events that pair well with the particular wines that I am serving. It can get pretty expensive providing these snacks, so I outsource the service to the attendees themselves.

I have the host of the party give instructions to each guest to bring a different snack that pair as well with a particular type of wine. That guest must then research that wine and bring a corresponding food item. It saves me money and it begins their wine education before the even get to the event.

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