Understanding Napa Valley’s Many Attractions With The Traveling Vineyard

The Traveling Vineyard is a wine based sales opportunity that can be enjoyed by people of all adult ages who wish to set out on a new career that could be full time or take up just a few hours per month. The knowledge and skills about the grape each Wine Guide is given when working with The Traveling Vineyard makes it easy to get the most from any trip to a wine producing region such as California’s Napa Valley, which is filled with much more than just the vineyards and wineries that have made the region famous.

Getting away vineyards wineries of the region can be accompanied by a series of other attractions that can aid in creating a fun vacation, included in the options open to Wine Guides who can explore more of the region is the Napa 3-D Art Walk; an amazing outdoor exhibit filled with sculptures from renowned artists that is a must see for those in the know about Napa. Gaining a greater level of wine understanding also means more time is on the hands of a Wine Guide as they explore Napa and head to Robert Louis Stevenson State Park to complete the hike up Mount St. Helena to look across the area from the highest peak in Napa.

The Traveling Vineyard has been a major part of the life for many since it was established in 2001 and looked to develop a relaxed and comfortable way of tasting fine wines for as many people as possible. Bringing together a group of friends in an informal setting to taste wines and order those that are enjoyed is a great way of having fun and learning about wines under the guidance of an experienced Wine Guide.

Among benefits enjoyed by Wine Guides are the chance to work as much or as little as required by the individual and the opportunity to learn about new wines from across the planet. The Traveling Vineyard is always looking to add new wines to those carried and always makes sure a Wine Guide has all the information available to them to provide a fun and educational experience at each party attended.

Andy Wirth- Cliffhanger CEO

Starting his career as CEO of Squaw Valley Holdings, Andy Wirth oversaw a $70 million renovation and succeeded in shaping the resort to become one of the top 20% highly-regarded skiing resorts and facilities in the world. A passionate man, Andy has always enjoyed participating in outdoor sports like biking, rock climbing and has a reputation as a bit of then adrenaline junky that enjoys the rush he gets from actively participating in extreme sports such as swimming with sharks and skydiving.

With his deep and profound desire for extreme sports, he decidedly took up skydiving as a hobby. He had dived dozens of times before he eventually encountered a parachute mishap which caused him to land in a barbed-wire secured vineyard. The fall from the airplane, which almost killed him caused massive amounts of blood to gush from his nearly detached arm.

After the paramedics discovering his body soon after his skydiving mishap, he was bedridden in the hospital for three months before he was finally well enough to leave. Upon his release, he met a Navy Seal who shared a lot of the same life philosophies as him and they became fast friends. He eventually began a foundation designed to help injured Navy seal veterans who have no support system when they are released into the civilian world.

Andy Wirth knows how it feels to come out alive in a life or death situation. His slow recovery caused him to reevaluate his entire life, eventually making him a sharper and more astute businessman.

Despite having his arm almost completely severed from the rest of his body, he continued to work tirelessly achieving enormous success in business while simultaneously healing very quickly. As evident in his appearance in Undercover Boss, the highly-rated reality television show, his confidence, resilience and dedication to what he loves help drive him to achieve the greatness that so many recognize him for today.

Not only because he saved his own life by being strong, resourceful and dedicated, or because he is the CEO of Squad Valley Holdings or is the chairman of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board, he is known as a God in Squaw Valley because his attitude and determination inspires all that come around him, somehow, like a magnet. He has the uncanny ability to able to draw out the best in every situation and magnify it until it is the only thing that exists, a similar process to the one that saved his life.