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Title Harvest 2018
Employer Kunde Family Estate
Employment Location Kenwood, CA
Company Description For over a century, five generations of the Kunde family have farmed our 1,850-acre estate in the heart of Sonoma Valley. Our winemaking mission is to carry on that tradition by crafting elegant, estate-grown, sustainably farmed wines with a real sense of place - beautifully balanced and expressive of our dramatic vineyard landscape.
Type Full Time
Pay Scale DOE
Employment Start Date 9/1/18
Employment End Date 11/30/18
Job Description Kunde Family Estate Winery in the Sonoma Valley is seeking Harvest Interns for the 2018 harvest. We are looking for individuals who have a strong work ethic and the desire to gain experience in a very hands on environment. Previous harvest and cellar experience preferred.
Qualified candidates will be involved in all aspects of the winemaking process:
-Sanitation of all winery equipment.
-Wine, juice, and must additions.
-Pump-over /punch-downs.
-Barrel and tank transfers.
-Tank/Press dig-outs and cleaning.
-Barrel filling, sulfuring, topping, stirring, and racking.
-Fermentation monitoring.
Candidates should have the following:
-Reliable transportation and housing.
-VERY flexible schedule to be able to work as needed.
-Be able to work and stand for up to 12 hours a day, up to 6 days a week.
-Have the ability to lift 50 pounds repeatedly.
-Have the ability to bend and lift on the job.
-Have the ability to climb stairs and ladders.
-Must be able to lawfully work in the USA.
Interns will tentatively start September 1st and work until needed, usually into December.
Please no phone calls.
Please send cover letter and resume to:
Subject: harvest 2018 intern
Contact Info Please email resume and cover letter to
Contact Address 9825 Sonoma Hwy. Kenwood, CA
Contact E-mail
Contact Website
Other Information Start and end dates are determined on vintage. Rough estimate is beginning of September to end of November

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