5 Wine Jobs That Will Take Your Career to the Next Level

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Interested in merging your passion for wine with your career?

We’ve scouted some great wine jobs for experienced professionals that will take your career to the next level. Whether you’ve grown your career in the wine industry from the ground up, or are interested in entering the wine world for the first time, here are some opportunities we’ve handpicked just for you.

Explore these great wine jobs for experienced professionals.

  1. Wölffer Estate Vineyard | National Chain Manager – Sagaponack, N.Y.
    Wölffer Estate Vineyard, a dynamic, sustainable vineyard in the Hamptons, New York and Mendoza, Argentina, seeks an enthusiastic, seasoned National Chain Manager to grow sales and brand recognition of Wölffer 139 Ciders and Wölffer wine across domestic and international grocery and retail chains … [Apply Now]
  2. Wine Warehouse | On-Premise National Account Executive – Commerce, Calif.
    Wine Warehouse is a multi-generational, family owned and operated, wholesale distributor of fine wine, beer, and spirits for California seeking a full-time Account Executive for Metro Los Angeles … [Apply Now]
  3. Shaw-Ross International Importers | SVP, National Accounts – Hollywood, Fla.
    The SVP of National Accounts will be the primary point of contact for assigned National Accounts to drive the National Accounts performance, goals, and business relationships … [Apply Now]
  4. Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits | State Manager, Ohio Wine & Spirits – Stamford, Conn.
    Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits is seeking a State Manager of Ohio who will have dual responsibilities for distributor management and retail selling … [Apply Now]
  5. M.S. Walker, Inc. | Brand Manager MA/ RI – Norwood, Mass.
    This role will be responsible for communicating all pricing, strategies, and tactics in a timely manner to pertinent audiences, including Senior Management; Purchasing; Receiving; Sales Personnel and Administration; Accounts Payable and Receivable; Marketing; and Corporate Offices … [Apply Now]
Published on August 6, 2018



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