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Job Title Harvest Enologist 2016
Location Lompoc, California
Company Name Sanford Winery
Company Description Sanford Winery is located in the heart of the Sta. Rita Hills of Santa Barbara County, California. Our estate has two adjacent vineyards, La Rinconada and Sanford & Benedict Vineyards, encompassing over 200 acres from where we source all of Pinot noir, Chardonnay, and small amount of Viognier fruit. Our annual case production is approximately 30,000 cases.
Job Description

 We are looking for one candidate who is hard-working, thorough, and has a strong interest in the production of quality Pinot noir & Chardonnay wines. It is preferable that he/she has prior work experience in the winery/lab, and has completed or is continuing coursework in Viticulture and Enology.
The ideal person would be a team-player, who is naturally motivated, has a good work ethic and pays close attention to detail.
The Harvest Enologist is responsible for running all laboratory analysis, entering data, and communicating all information to Winemaker/Assistant Winemaker. In addition, daily tasks will include fermentation checks and additions, as well as vineyard sampling & cellar work as needed.
Applicants must be able to lift 50lbs, have reliable housing and transportation, and be at least 21 years of age.
Fork lift certification will be provided.
This is a great opportunity to hone in on your winemaking knowledge & skills, work in the beautiful Sta. Rita Hills of Santa Ynez Valley with esteemed Pinot noir and be a part of an upbeat, dedicated harvest team!
If you feel you are an ideal candidate, please contact Laura at laura@sanfordwinery.com

Job Type  Harvest Enologist 2016
Pay Scale TBD,based on experience,competitive
Start Date TBD
End Date TBD
Other Information  
Contact Instructions  Email cover letter, resume and references to Laura laura@sanfordwinery.com
Contact Address

 5010 Santa Rosa Road



Phone  805-735-5900 x 7033
Email laura@sanfordwinery.com
Web Link www.sanfordwinery.com




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