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Title Harvest Intern
Employer Failla
Employment Location Saint Helena, Napa Valley
Company Description For two decades Failla has been making elegant and expressive Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah from the Sonoma Coast to the Willamette Valley. We also make Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Gamay, and more.
Type Full Time
Pay Scale DOE
Employment Start Date Early August
Employment End Date End of October or later
Job Description Interns will gain experience in a wide range of tasks associated with small lot winemaking. If you’re looking for insight into non-standard winemaking, you’ll find it here. While most work will be in the cave and crushpad, you will also be required to travel to our estate vineyards, with overnight stays at our Fort Ross-Seaview site.

Expect to work at least 6 days a week, 12+ hour days during the height of harvest. No requests for days off can be guaranteed. We do not provide housing. All lab work is done off-site, no enologists needed. ¯\_(?)_/¯

Including but not limited to:
• Work bottling line
• Grape receiving and processing
• Cleaning bins, floors, tanks
• Cap management - foot tread, punchdown, pumpover
• Accurate brix and temperature measurement
• Barrel activities - washing, stacking
• Forklift driving
• Vineyard work to include weeding, hedging, suckering, picking

• Prior harvest experience required
• Ability to understand and comply with all safety requirements
• Ability to perform the physical labor necessary
• Effective communication skills
• Good reading, writing and math skills
• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
• Ability to work on a hot, uncovered crushpad & vineyards
• Valid Driver's License
Contact Info James Allen
Contact Address 3530 Silverado Trail N. Helena, CA 94574
Contact Phone 7079633484
Contact E-mail
Contact Website

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