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|Title||Winemaking Intern **Reposted**|
|Employer||Andrew Murray Vineyards|
|Employment Location||Los Olivos, CA|
|Company Description||Passionately focused on Rhone varieties, Andrew Murray Vineyards has consistently crafted highly acclaimed wines in the Santa Ynez Valley for 28 years. We also produce Bordeaux/ Burgundian varieties for our sister label, E11even. We are proud to farm over 150 acres in 3 different AVAs, which we harvest for our own labels as well for several different clients. We typically ferment between 300-400 tons, depending on the year.|
|Employment Start Date||July 30th|
|Employment End Date||November 15th (could change depending on the seaso|
|Job Description|| *Due to a cancellation, we are seeking one more intern to join our harvest team*|
Our Intern will work closely with the Winemaker, Assistant Winemaker, and our Production team. We aspire to teach the right candidate all aspects of winemaking, from grape to bottle. Once harvest kicks off, the work will be very challenging, with very long hours. We hope to provide an environment that is both fun and rewarding for our interns. This is a rare and great opportunity to gain hands-on experience in quality wine production, with a reputable winery. The ideal candidate for this position is able to handle physically demanding work yet mentally stay focused for long hours at a time. We will require availability to over 6 days a week from September through November. Must be flexible to work any day of the week and any shift.
Tasks will include but not limited to:
-Assist with bottling prep and work on the bottling line.
-Vineyard maturity and tracking
-Sample collection and record keeping
-General harvest operations
-General cellar and lab work
-Sterilization and sanitation processes
-Fermentation monitoring and evaluation
-Ability to climb, bend, and lift (up to 60 lbs) required.
-Previous harvest a plus but not required.
-Spanish speaking is also plus but not required
-Excitement and passion for winemaking a must!
-Attention to detail is crucial
-Positive attitude, openness to learning and hardworking are essential. During harvest, days are long and our team is small. It is necessary that any intern be willing to do whatever work is necessary to ‘get the job done’.
|Contact Info||Email resume with a cover letter to McKenna Giardine: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Contact Address||5249 Foxen Canyon Road\r\nLos Olivos, CA 93441|
|Contact Phone||(805) 436-5414|
|Other Information|| **Unfortunately, we will not be accepting applications from international interns this year**. |
**Housing is NOT included; however, we will do our best to assist in finding proper housing for our interns. **
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