I agree that homemade wine is a novelty with my friends, family, and neighbors. I am the only female maker in our suburban area, which is a cool thing for me. People are flat out amazed when I talk about getting grapes, making wine, how long it takes, the aging process, etc. I make lots of different types of wine so my friends get to explore for free and I've turned them onto Zinfandel, Nebbiolo, Barbera, N'ero Davola, Carignon, and Syrah from fresh grapes/juice. It blows their minds how good my wines are, too.
I've made 530 gallons over the last 9 years, roughly 2,650 bottles.
We drink a bottle a day at our house most times. I'll take 2-3 over when I go to a friends house for a meal.
My hubby and I give away port at the holidays and we take along cases of it when we travel. Everyone who encounters my coffee port is all about it; people ask how we store "leftover port," and we just laugh. I still have maybe 20 bottles left from 2012-2015 in 375ml bottles, but my adult nephews, sister-in-law, and brother-in-law have asked me if they can buy me a coffee port kit and take all the bottles for themselves.