Assistant Winemaker

Glandore Estate Wines
1595 Broke Rd
Pokolbin, NSW 2320
02 4998 7140 (Main Phone)
Manages Others
Experience Required
Degree Required
From $40,000 To $50,000
Per Year    
Employment Type
Work Schedule
Full Time - Permanent
Light Domestic Travel
Job Description
Glandore is a small producer in the Hunter Valley crushing between 70-100 tonnes on site each vintage. Sourcing fruit from around NSW and occasional forays into SA this an excellent opportunity for the right person to be exposed to all facets of the wine industry.

Whilst managing the winery and it's day-to-day operations are paramount in this role, there are also expectations on the successful applicant to be available to work within all areas of the business. From sales, marketing, freight, distribution, cellar door stock management and everything in between, you will be expected to get involved.

The position, along with a relative salary, comes with a vehicle.

Job Requirements
The successful applicant will have a solid background in winery operations from vineyard to glass and basic laboratory skills would be of great benefit. Forklift licence and RSA are required as part of the job.

Glandore operates with a small, close knit team and we all pull our weight to make the business a success and no more or less will be expected of the new employee.

An ability to build rapport with customers and Wine Club Members will be of great advantage to applicants as dinners, tastings, festivals, etc feature as part of the Glandore marketing strategy.

Applicants must have Australian citizenship/residency or a valid existing Australian work visa.

Please forward a copy of your CV and cover letter via email using the 'APPLY FOR JOB’ link above.

Employer Contact Information
Glandore Estate Wines
1595 Broke Rd
Pokolbin NSW 2320
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Glandore Estate Wines was established in 2005 after the procurement of the original Brokenback chardonnay vineyard on Broke Rd. From day one the aim of Glandore Estate wines has been to produce wines of great character, regionality and style from the traditional varieties known in the Hunter Valley. This has been achievable through the strict selection of some of the Hunter Valley's most distinguished old vine vineyards. Thinking out side of the square we have also started to forge ahead with new and exciting varieties to the Hunter Valley such as our superb Tempranillo.

Our winemaking style is all hands on, from hand picking right through to the hand operated basket press, quality without compromise and a winery that is designed specifically for small batch production of the very best parcels of fruit.

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