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The Traveling Vineyard is a Growing Business

Napa Valley is known for its fantastic selections of wine, but there’s more to offer there than just a sip of sweetness. Tourists and locals love to walk through the promenade of the Traveling vineyard. Napa Valley also has a Historical Society, if you’re a lover of history, here’s your chance to learn more about the type of people that settled there over 100 years ago. You’ll see the artifacts that the organization has collected over the years.

After that is said and done and you still long for the taste of wine, (most likely will), you can have the opportunity to become a traveling vineyard business hostess. This is someone who hosts wine parties and seriously, who doesn’t love wine? A hostess or host can hold a wine tasting party in the comfort of their own home. It’s that simple! Guests can mingle about while enjoying the great taste of fresh wine squeezed from Napa Valley. You, as the host or hostess can relax with friends and spread the culture of wine all around.

Choosing a wine selection should be compared to single vintage wine from several different wineries in your state. It’s a good idea to have 4 to 5 selections of wine. Maybe another if you’re planning to serve dinner. If you’re planning on having a blind tasting, you may want to try adding a few pricey wines, but don’t forget the blindfolds.

The Traveling Vineyard is a party hosting business and you can become a host or hostess. All you have to do is submit your name and a team leader will contact you with someone in your area. You will be given a training module which will include how to grow your business and become a wine expert. There’s also a Harvest celebration annually, this is a party for the hosts and hostess who are selling wine to friends and love ones. They even have a costume party. Great way to meet new people and network. There will be wine gatherings throughout your region.

Once you’re signed up, your Success Kit will be shipped to your home. It will include, 2 tasting sets 5 bottles each enough for your first 2 events. Glasses and carrying box, 6 bottles of wine carrier, business paperwork, flyers and brochures, wine accessories, and Sommology kit, which will explain everything you need to know about launching your wine tasting business.

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The Antique Wine Company: Exceptional Rare Wine Merchant

If you are looking for a wine company that is specialized in fine and rare wines, you don’t have to look any further. The Antique Wine Company, based in London is the leading fine wine merchant. It was founded by Stephen Williams in the year 1982 and at the moment the company has more than 20000 clients and serving more than 70 countries.
From the time the company was started, it has been concentrating on making exceptionally fine wine. It holds 10000 bottles of best vintages in its cellars. The company has broken records in its excellent wines collections and in making wine events. Sourcing rare wines, cellar planning, and private wine master classes are among the various services offered by the company.
The Antique Wine company teamed up with the cabinet maker Viscount David Linley to create Grand Chateau Series. They have handcrafted wine cabinets with only fine woods representing architectural models of 9 of the most exceptional chateaux of Bordeaux. These cabinets contain 18 bottles from equivalent estates that were produced in the 20th and 21st centuries.
Chateau d’Yquem is one of the models that is accompanied by a vertical collection that spans 141 consecutive vintages beginning from 1868. The collection has many letters, as well as souvenirs from the archives of chateau, and the value of this collection is 1 million euros. Other châteaux cost 149000 euros. The Antique Wine Company, in 2006, was able to sell 135-year vertical collection. Every vintage contained was dated 1860 up to 2003. The wine cost $1.5 million and is amongst the highest prices paid for a single bottle of wine.
The Antique Wine Company was recognized as a company that produced the best valuable wine in July 2011. The bottle was dated 1811. It was a Chateau d’Yquem and was bought at 75000 euros by a former sommelier named Christian Vanneque. It was displayed in one of his two restaurants in Bali. However, Mr. Vanneque plans on drinking the wine but not reselling it as presumed by most people. According to him, he is a fancy collector; wine is meant for drinking.
The Antique Wine Company bought a top lot at Hospice de Beaune wine during an auction in France. It was known as La de la President; the lot is considered of 460 liters. The president Stephen Williams has succeeded in making the company steer up the success of the enterprise.