Viticulturalist - Tahbilk Wines

Tahbilk Wines
254 O'Neils Rd
Nagambie, VIC 3608
Australia
03 57942555 (Main Phone)
Experience Required
Yes
Qualifications Required
Yes
Pay
From $120,000 To $150,000
Per Year    
Employment Type
Employee
Work Schedule
Full Time - Permanent
Travel
No Travel
Job Description
Tahbilk Estate is one of Victoria’s oldest vineyards, established in 1860 and family owned for five generations. Nestled in the Nagambie Lakes Region of Victoria, the Estate comprises of some 1,214 hectares of rich river flats with a frontage of 11 kms to the Goulburn River and 8 kms of permanent wetlands, providing a unique and picturesque setting for our vineyards.

At Tahbilk, our heritage focuses on specialising in Rhone varietals such as, Marsanne, Viognier and Roussanne, along with Shiraz, Grenache and Mourvedre. We also have plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc and Verdelho.

To continue our journey, we are looking for a motivated and experienced Viticulturist to lead our team on an exciting voyage of environmental vineyard management whilst protecting and nurturing some of the oldest vines in Australia.

Collaborating and communicating on all levels with our managers and vineyard team, we are looking for someone who is willing to roll up the shirt sleeves and just get stuck in.

Tahbilk is a magical place to work, the people and place are welcoming, albeit there is a challenge around every corner.

So if you would like to join our team and think you have the knowledge, know how and experience to achieve the results, then send us your cover letter and resume.

Job Requirements
Deep understanding of viticulture, fine wine and land management, with an appreciation of the environment and environmental impact.
A tertiary degree in viticulture desirable
At least 5-8 years’ relevant experience
A knowledgeable technical understanding of viticulture and a proven track record within the industry
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
A constructive, collaborative and effective leadership style
An eye for operational effectiveness and efficiency as well as excellent attention to detail
A strong business acumen as this role includes being part of a progressive management team driving success of the Tahbilk Group
An educated wine palate which will allow constructive input into internal wine tastings and wine quality
Preparation of yearly budgets
Record keeping, compliance and report writing
Intermediate Microsoft Office skills
Right to work in Australia

Employer Contact Information
Tahbilk Wines
254 O'Neils Rd
Nagambie VIC 3608
Australia
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"A winery steeped in tradition, which should be visited at least once by every wine-conscious Australian, and which makes wines – particularly red wines – utterly in keeping with that tradition."
- JAMES HALLIDAY

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