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Job Title Winery Harvest Internship
Location Temecula, CA
Company Name  South Coast Winery
Company Description  Winery with restaurant, resort and Spa in Temecula wine country, making red, white, rose, sparkling and dessert wines.
Job Description

Harvest Intern
South Coast Winery is a leading winery located in Southern California’s Temecula Valley.  Three-time winner of the prestigious Golden Bear award as California Winery of the Year at the California State Fair, we work with over 25 different cultivars to produce 50+ wines including red, white, rosé, sparkling and dessert wines.
Harvest Intern:  Interns at South Coast winery are exposed to every activity occurring during harvest, including but not limited to:
•       vineyard sampling and crop estimation
•       sorting and crushing fruit
•       must inoculations
•       pump-overs and delestage
•       barrel work
•       all laboratory analyses
•       other cellar operations.
This is a paid position, and the successful candidate will be needed up to 7 days each week and be prepared to work outside during the warm summer conditions.  You will be working with a team of 7 professionals including 2 winemakers that each have over 30 years winemaking experience.  The position starts in late July or early August, potentially through early November.
Requirements:  Student in viticulture, enology or wine business, or experience working in a winery.  Must have a solid chemistry background in order to perform laboratory analyses.  Must be in good physical condition and able to lift 40 lbs, be hard working and flexible.
Contact:         Email resume to Tom Stolzer, Lab Enologist

Job Type Winery worker
Pay Scale $10.25/Hr
Start Date Mid to late July
End Date  Mid October to early November
Other Information  
Contact Instructions  Tom Stolzer, Lab Enologist
Contact Address

South Coast Winery

34843 Rancho California Road

Temecula, CA 92591

Phone 951-587-9463
Fax 951-587-6333
Email winelab@wineresort.com
Web Link http://www.wineresort.com/




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