Harvest Cellar Hands
Company: Nyetimber Ltd
Uploaded: 02 April 2019
Closes: 30 June 2019
Temporary 2019 Sparkling Wine Harvest Cellar Hands - Nyetimber, United Kingdom.
This is a fantastic opportunity to work for England's most prestigious sparkling wine producer. For over 30 years, Nyetimber has had a single aim: to make the finest English sparkling wine, one to rival the very best in the world, including champagne. A true pioneer, Nyetimber was the first producer to craft wines made exclusively from the three celebrated varieties found in Champagne and our wines are made exclusively from estate-owned grapes.
We are looking for temporary help over our harvest period with various contract lengths ranging between 5-7 weeks in and surrounding October. For shorter length contracts there is often scope for candidates interested to work for us after completing a harvest in an early region elsewhere first, as our first fruit typically is picked starting at the beginning of October.
Applicants must have experience of working in a winery or be a graduate of oenology. Forklift experience or laboratory analysis experience would also be an advantage. They must have a passion for sparkling wine and be proactive with an excellent work ethic. The applicants must also be able to obtain, of their own accord, the appropriate working rights and permits. We are unable to sponsor any applicants.
If you would like to join our friendly team based in rural West Sussex, please send your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with Nyetimber 2019 in the subject line, or via the "apply" button above. Please ensure to mention by what means you have the necessary rights to work in the UK.
For further information about Nyetimber, please visit the website - www.nyetimber.com
Applications close 30th June 2019 and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Only people eligible to work in this country should apply for this position. Please provide evidence of your work visa or citizenship.
- For information about the UK wine industry, visit the UK Vineyards Association website: www.ukva.org.uk