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Title 2017 Harvest Intern
Employer Three Sticks Winery
Employment Location Sonoma, CA
Company Description Three Sticks Winery, located in Sonoma, CA, is a premier producer of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines. The Three Sticks philosophy is to produce wines of world class quality from exceptional vineyards in Sonoma County, including our estate properties Durell and Gap's Crown.
Type Seasonal F/T
Pay Scale DOE
Employment Start Date Aug 7, 2017
Employment End Date October 13, 2017
Job Description We are looking for well-qualified individuals with prior harvest experience to join our team for this 2017 harvest season. Candidates must be passionate about wine, detail-oriented, excited to work hard and have a positive attitude.

Interns will assist in all facets of harvest work including cleaning and sanitizing equipment, sorting fruit, punchdowns, making basic additions and managing fermentations according to winemaker instructions, barrel work, and other winery-related tasks.

Positions will run from early-August through mid-October

Requirements:
Previous winery experience is required
Forklift experience is a plus
Ability to work long hours and on weekends as needed
Ability to read, write and speak English
Hourly pay is determined based on experience
A J-1 visa must be secured by individuals without U.S. citizenship

For more information on winery, please visit us at http://www.threestickswines.com/

Please email resumes to Ryan Prichard at ryan@threestickswines.com
Contact Info Email cover letter and resume to ryan@threestickswines.com
Contact Address 21692 Eighth Street East Suite 280
Contact E-mail ryan@threestickswines.com
Contact Website http://threestickswines.com
Other Information We have teamed up with other wineries to occasionally be able to have our interns work with us, then transition to another winery for later harvested varieties.

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