Be a Winegrower for $10,000 a Month

That’s the job vacancy that’s been posted by a Californian family wine estate, the “Murphy-Goode” cellar, located in the county of Sonoma. There are no prerequisites, apart from needing to be legally resident in the US and over 21. The lucky candidate “catapulted into the wine stratosphere” will get fast-track training from “shadowing winemaker Dave…” and “from exploring all aspects of the harvest”, the job posting also states: “[…] choose your path in the wine business, the sky’s your limit”.

https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/murphy-goode-sonoma-winemaking-job-trnd/index.html

https://www.thepioneerwoman.com/news-entertainment/a35903703/murphy-goode-sonoma-california-winery-job/

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