Wine and Viticulture

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Submission #111

Harvest Intern
Seasonal F/T
Liquid Farm
Often said, but very true, all great wine starts in the vineyard. Our project's name reflects our strong belief in that philosophy. It is truly all about place in combination with the highest quality fruit and letting the varietal and regional TYPICITY of the wine shine through from vineyard to glass...Liquid from Farming.

We allow the wines to develop on their own with little intervention, minimal or no new oak and use no additives or machines to manipulate the wines inherent personality. The project is also committed to blending from the handful of special vineyards we work with in the small AVA of Sta. Rita Hills to produce a collection of Chardonnays that are markedly different expressions, but with the same thread of intense minerality and salinity they started with in the vineyard.
August 2018
November 2018
Harvest interns will report to and work directly with the winemaker. Duties will include, but are not limited to:

- Processing fruit
- Cleaning and sanitizing of winery and winery equipment
- Miscellaneous odd-jobs, such as waxing bottles, order fulfillment, pulling samples, basic wine analysis, and any other task assigned by the winemaker
- Must be able to work long hours, as necessary, lift 50+ lbs, and provide your own housing and transportation.

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