The aim of The Traveling Vineyard is to bring the best fine wines to the people of the U.S. with a simple in-home tasting experience brought to customers by an experienced Wine Guide. Despite the fact The Traveling Vineyard bring fine wines into the homes of their customers the company always recommends enjoying the delights on offer in the spiritual home of fine wines, France; the nation of France understands visitors are always entering the country looking to experience fine wines and has developed dedicated routes through many areas for visitors to move between vineyards and wineries with ease.
Some of the best-known wine areas in France have their own dedicated wine routes that guide the visitor to an area through beautiful countryside to vineyards and wineries that can be enjoyed for their beauty and for tastings. One route recommended by the experts at The Traveling Vineyard is through the Champagne region providing easy access from the French capital of Paris; vineyards including the famous Champagne Tribaut do not charge visitors for tastings accompanied by the perfect food pairings. Any wine enthusiast should look to explore the most famous route in the history of French wine, which travels along the N74 road in the Burgundy region taking in many of the world’s finest vineyards. The Traveling Vineyard also recommends any visitor to France enjoying the largest wine producing region of the country, Alsace, where many different varieties of wine are produced and a range of wine and food festivals form the perfect introduction to the wines of the region every Fall.
The Traveling Vineyard has been operating in its current form since 2010 and follows an idea developed by current President Rick Libby when he was an executive with a catalog based wine distributor. Not only does The Traveling Vineyard believe in bringing fine wines directly into the homes of their customers at wine tasting parties, the company also hopes to help individuals build a wine-based career who start out as Wine Guides with The Traveling Vineyard. Wine Guides set their own working limits and are not required to purchase and store large amounts of stock that are required for other career opportunities.
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