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Title Harvest Winemaking Internship
Employer Delicato Family Vineyards
Employment Location Napa
Company Description We are a family-owned winery with a rich history of farming grapes in California (since 1924) and crafting superior quality wines (since 1935). We recognize that our family unity provides deep roots and values that keep us on course and focused on long-term growth, not short-term gains for Wall Street.

Quality is the overarching value and objective that drives our business. Our commitment to quality is evidenced in everything we do—with an unwavering goal to always exceed consumer expectations, at any price point.

We respect the land and believe that wine quality is derived from superior fruit. We act as long-term stewards of the land we farm. This sustainable philosophy favors natural over manmade controls and encompasses people, properties, practices and production.
Type Internship
Pay Scale $15.00- $17.00 DOE
Employment Start Date End of July 2018
Employment End Date End of Harvest
Job Description Delicato Family Vineyards has an exciting career opportunity for a Harvest Winemaking Intern at Black Stallion Estate Winery, in Napa, CA. Under General Supervision, the Winemaking Intern will assist the production and winemaking staff with harvest-related activities in the cellar. The Winemaking Intern will also assist in implementing and monitoring winemaking trials and small experimental lots. In addition, the intern will work closely with the Cellar Master and production team to perform routine duties as directed.
Contact Info Contact Maleia Warren, or apply on our website.
Contact Address 12001 South Highway 99
Manteca, CA 95336
Contact Phone 2098243639
Contact Fax 2098243639
Contact E-mail maleia.warren@delicato.com
Contact Website http://careers.delicato.com/

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