If your travels include Napa Valley, California then it is a safe bet you a fan of wine and wine making. That said if you think that all Napa has to offer is fancy grapes you are in for a pleasant surprise palce.
In between glasses of vino you can check out the Napa Art Walk with it’s amazing assortment of 3-D creations. Then take a trip to the Napa Valley Historical Society.
If you like to cook take a class at the Silverado Cooking School or maybe a trip to the Round Pond Estate, with it’s old world methods of producing world famous olives as well as fruits, herbs and spices. If you are the outdoors type then a hike through Robert Louis Stevenson State Park with it’s spectacular scenery will do the trick. Of course, after such strenuous activity, you can wind down and get pampered at the Auberga Spa.
As you can see Napa Valley is far from a one-trick pony!
Now that we have extolled the virtues of Napa Valley we really should get back to what it is known for worldwide, which is, of course, the wine. With that in mind, if you are a wine enthusiast who would like to turn your love of the fermented grape into a little extra cash then you should check out the opportunity at the Traveling Vineyard.
Created in 2001 at a backyard wine-tasting, the Traveling Vineyard is a direct selling company that has turned the concept of the “in-home wine tasting” into a fun and lucrative home-based business with hundreds of “wine guides” all over America. It is the perfect way to share your love of wine with family, friends and the community at large providing you with a nice income, maybe even a full-time one.
The benefits are many: complete online training and support, working from home while making your own hours, a kit including two sets of five bottles of wine for your own initial tastings and a full-scale social media campaign behind you. If you love wine do yourself a favor and check out the Traveling Vineyard.