Wine and Viticulture

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Submission #759

Winery Harvest Intern
Seasonal F/T
Vines on the Marycrest
Paso Robles
Small production, hands-on winery producing micro lots of many different varietals and blends
August 30
October 29
If you are interested in wine making, this is a great opportunity to learn everything from the vineyard to the bottle in a one-on-one environment. This can be grueling, hot, sticky work. Some days are sunup to sundown. Some days are a few hours in the winery. Somedays, we will not need you to come in at all. Working in a winery requires physical strength and stamina as well as the ability to tolerate working outside for hours. This job will start when the grapes are ready to be picked--generally, for us, this means mid-August and will go through mid-October.
You will gain experience in sampling, picking, sorting, crushing, pressing, punching down, topping up, barreling down and (possibly) bottling
Please send a resume by email.

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