Wine isn’t something any child should have access to. Vines and grapes on the other hand, might be.
Grape vines are one of the great teaching plants for young children. Aside from going through an entire seasonal cycle, they are incredibly resilient and can be watered an incredible amount, or they can be hardly watered at all. Plus, they are low enough to the ground for children to be able to see the grapes growing throughout the entire year.
Of course, October brings a special surprise, the ability to pick and eat the grapes you’ve grown and watched for an entire year. Having your children help grow grapes will help to teach patience and responsibility. I think those are two traits which are essential to teaching children that peace is important in this world. Without patience, finding world peace likely sounds like an impossible dream. Without responsibility, peace will never be possible.
Even a wine of the month club can appreciate that grapes are sometimes not best used for wine.