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Title Harvest Enologist - Vineyard and Winery
Employer Seavey Vineyard
Employment Location Napa, CA
Company Description We are a small, iconic, family-owned winery in the hills of St Helena dedicated to producing Cabernet Sauvignon from our 40-acre estate vineyard. Our hillside vineyard blocks are the key to producing the powerful, structured wines for which we are known.
Type Seasonal F/T
Pay Scale Better than average
Employment Start Date August 13th, 2018
Employment End Date Thanksgiving
Job Description We are looking for a person to work with our winemaker, vineyard manager, and consultant winemaker to craft the 2018 wines. Harvest at Seavey is an intense physical undertaking requiring a sharp mind and strong back. Duties will include everything from grape sampling, Lab work, cellar work, grape processing, sensory evaluation, and lots of sanitation! Hard work and a positive attitude will be rewarded with the opportunity to work directly with the winemaker through all facets of harvest management. The REAL BENEFIT of this position is the hands-on education in winemaking. By T-giving your hands will be stained and raw, back will be stronger, and you will understand all harvest duties of a small winery.
Contact Info Please email cover letter and resume to: jim@seaveyvineyard.com and include the phrase “details are important” in your cover letter.
Contact Address 1310 Conn Valley Rd
St Helena, CA 94574
Contact Phone
Contact Fax
Contact E-mail jim@seaveyvineyard.com
Contact Website http://www.seaveyvineyard.com
Other Information Job requirements include prior wine production experience and/or significant V&E education. The ideal candidate will be bright, hardworking, and excited to be a part of our small team. The work will be 7 days a week with long hours at the peak of harvest in October. Candidate will need to secure their own housing and transportation.

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