The Traveling Vineyard has been bringing the best in fine wines from across the planet into the homes of people in North America throughout the 21st century in a bid to ensure as many people as possible have the chance to get hold of some of the world’s leading wines from the comfort of their own homes.
After learning about wines with the aid of The Traveling Vineyard, it is a positive idea to take a wine tour along one of the main French wine producing regions where some of the best wine and food in the world can be explored at the pace of the visitor.
Across France wine is produced in large quantities and some of the best reviews with centuries of tradition driving home the fact France has always been and remains the top producer of wine on the planet. The Traveling Vineyard explains there are five main regions for those who wish to take part in the always popular wine route tours that can be driven by the individual moving from vineyard to vineyard in some of the most remote regions of France.
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Champagne offers a number of wine routes that have become popular for those who wish to remain close to Paris and explore the range of sparkling wines produced in a colder climate encompassing the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. One of the most popular areas to visit is Burgundy, which includes many different appellations within the overall region of France; with the Chablis and Cote d’Or regions within Burgundy it is possible to visit numerous wineries and vineyards in a single day as the majority open their doors to visitors each day.
Another popular option for taking a wine tour are the virtual tours offered by The Traveling Vineyard, who employ Wine Guides to explain the different wines on sale in home based parties across North America. The Traveling Vineyard offers various wines for sale that are ordered through Guides hosting parties in the homes of clients who place their orders that are fulfilled through the company. Wine Guides learn about each wine they sell and how to taste wines correctly, earning commission through the orders placed at each wine tasting event they attend.
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