Traveling Vineyards Creates Alternative Business for Wine Lovers

Release Fact recently published an article called “Sip and Savor Success with Traveling Vineyard” by Brian Harris. Harris suggests that a work at home business opportunity for mothers called Traveling Vineyards allows mothers to have a flexible work schedule.

Traveling Vineyards has gained momentum and press by offering people a chance to create a career with a flexible schedule while providing training and support. By becoming an independent sales consultant for company, not only does the worker get to spend time socializing, but they also get to sample the company’s wines.

Working for Traveling Vineyard is relatively simple. By becoming a wine guide, you purchase a “Success Kit” for $99.00 which includes marketing materials, order forms, aesthetic wine glasses and decanters and wine bags. In addition to the kit, the sales consultant needs to purchase tasting sets to sample at the parties. The initial investment may be the only one you need.

Traveling Vineyard offers 15-35% commissions based work while also providing a discount on their products. Recruiting others to be wine sales consultants also helps you earn more money.

Support is provided in the form of a personalized website for each wine guide after three months of work, though they charge a monthly fee to maintain the site. They also provide training videos and accounting software to help you succeed.

Sales consultants do not need to meet any quotas though they do offer incentives for meeting sales goals. These can be anything from discounted products to trips with all the expenses paid.

Success is largely dependent on the individual, though the article does provide tips on ensuring your success. Networking is one of the best ways to get more leads, so if you love meeting new people and tasting variety of wines this might be just the job for you.

Traveling Vineyard, created in 2001 is a company with over 5,000 independent representatives. Each wine guide pays one time fees in exchange for success kits with educational and marketing materials, including notes on how to paid food with wine.

The company has 21 different varieties of wine in red, white and sweet. They also sell chillers, decanters, and openers. They sell wine by the bottle, averaging a price between $14-25 which have an average satisfaction rating of over 98%