The Problems With Making Your Own Wine
Making wine at home is something that most people only do from time to time. However, for the more serious wine maker, making their own wine can lead to some pretty good rewards, as well as some pretty bad experiences. A true wine lover will always have a list of their favorite wines and the stories behind them. One of my favorite is the story about a friend who started to make his own wine, only to have his home burned down by fire a few years later.
This story shows what could happen if making your own wine was something you did on your own. Making your own wine is different than buying a bottle from a store. The bottles from the store are full of additives and preservatives that are not good for you. Making your own is also different than social media networking. With social media, you can connect with people who are not in your social network and interact with them in a non-business like way.
The real tragedy here is that this particular millennial workist did not know what he was doing. He joined a wine club which sent him to a monthly meeting where he met people who are serious wine makers. He learned the value of being a member and how to network using the power of the internet. It is possible that making your own wine is a lot easier than networking with other professionals, as the internet offers an open forum for conversations and ideas that can lead to success.
Of course, this particular workism will not be very helpful to anyone whose family income is around one thousand dollars a year or more. For these people making it on their own can be nearly impossible. Making wine in the early 20th century was much more complicated than making it now. Back then, industrialists had just realized that making this type of wine was very profitable and it took a lot of dedication and skill. The typical wine maker in these advanced countries was considered a workaholic.
The typical workism is a problem because most young people cannot afford to get involved in this type of activity. However, it is also a benefit because making your own wine allows you to become more socially active. People who are making their own wine are learning all about what makes good wine and the history of wine. They are also developing friendships with other workists because they share a common interest. This type of interaction is very important to young people who are seeking social interaction. These people will find it extremely difficult to meet people who do not share the same interests as they do.
In conclusion, the problems with making your own wine are mostly tied to the degree of capitalism that you have in your life. If you are relatively well off and have money to invest, then investing in grapes may be a good idea. However, if you are an undergraduate college-educated person without much money, you should try some other activities. Making wine is fun, interesting, and it can make you rich if you are willing to do the work.