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Title 2018 Harvest Vineyard Intern / Driver
Employer Domenico Winery
Employment Location Lodi / Amador County / Manteca
Company Description Domenico Winery is a family-owned boutique winery located in the heart of the Peninsula. Our vineyard in Amador County grows our flagship Primitivo and Syrah. We also source over 20 different grape varietals from all across Northern California.
Type Seasonal F/T
Pay Scale $18 per hour plus overtime
Employment Start Date August 15
Employment End Date October 31
Job Description Opportunity for a Viticulture major or anyone interested in hands-on harvest experience.

Domenico Winery is looking for a part time individual with good driving skills to help with grape transport and harvest logistics for approximately 8-10 vineyards. Vineyard locations range from Napa Valley, Amador county, Lodi and others. Winery location is in San Carlos, with cold storage facilities in Manteca. Majority of vineyards are close to Lodi and Stockton.

Duties include:
Load in / load out grape bins - empty and full
Daily delivery of grapes to cold storage facility or winery
Tracking and logging bin usage
Verification of harvest weights
Brix testing of sugar levels
Maintenance and inspection of vehicle and equipment

Clean driving record
Transportation and logistics experience
Attention to detail
Must be able to lift 50lbs
Forklift certification is a plus

This opportunity provides an excellent look into the basics of winemaking and viticulture. This is the wine industry from the ground up, literally! Good fruit is where it all starts and here you will see how it’s tended, bought, sold, moved, stored and processed.

Contact Info Please email cover letter and resume
Contact Address 1697 Industrial Road, San Carlos, CA 94070
Contact Phone 650-622-4669
Contact E-mail
Contact Website

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