Ph.D. required in Viticulture and/or Enology, Pomology, Plant Science, Plant Biology, Horticulture, Food Science and Technology or related field.
The successful candidate will be experienced in viticulture, with knowledge of grape production practices, soils, water management, plant physiology and pest management; and will develop a progressive extension and applied research program that actively supports the growing wine grape industry in New Mexico.
At Joullian Vineyards in Carmel Valley, CA we have an internship available for the Harvest of 2016.
Joullian Vineyards, founded 1982, is an ultra-premium Carmel Valley, CA vineyard and winery that produces Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Zinfandel, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon. You will be part of a winemaking team with a combined 60 years experience in mountain grape growing and winemaking. The unique, fully climate controlled winery allows for Bordeaux, Burgundy and Rhone style winemaking.
Our interns always receive “hands on” experience in every phase.
Help NZ’s wine industry make giant steps – two fully funded PhD scholarships up for grabs!
New Zealand Winegrowers are inviting enthusiastic students to apply for a three year, fully funded PhD scholarship, and play a leading role in a project aimed at helping New Zealand vineyards to have a more sustainable future.
Established premiere estate vineyard is seeking an experienced individual with a passion for viticulture and the wine industry. We are currently farming 27 acres entirely of Vitis vinifera to produce some of the best wines of the region. This position presents an excellent hands-on opportunity to work in all facets of the vineyard operation, as well as working in tandem with the winemaking team.
A 100% time, Postdoctoral Research Scholar position in grape berry chemistry is available at the Department of Viticulture and Enology of University of California Davis. The primary responsibility of this position will be to conduct studies that will be useful for generating information on phenolic content and composition of grape berry as affected by cultural practices and applied irrigation amounts in vineyards. Current studies include projects on vineyard mechanization, canopy management, irrigation scheduling, mitigating vine balance, assessing net carbon assimilation of the grapevine as they affect grape berry phenolic content and composition.
This position is responsible for maintaining the college vineyards in collaboration with the V & E Program Director. In addition, this position includes a teaching load of 3- 9 credits per semester (and possibly one course during summer) depending upon demand and time availability. Finally, the position will assist in research and extension duties for the Kansas grape and wine industry as well as workshop teaching/hosting.
Sun-Maid Raisin Growers, located in Fresno County has an immediate opening for a full time position. This position is in charge of all operations and sales of Sun-Maid’s distillery operations, converting
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