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Or maybe you have a passion for all things Wine
Check out our vacancies below
Join the Winery Team
The Estate is embarking on an ongoing investment programme across the business, including vineyard re-planting and winery equipment upgrades. Having recently completed the building of a new Winery and the arrival of a new Head Winemaker, the business is positioning itself for a dynamic and exciting next phase.
As the Head Winemaker’s deputy, you will be a senior member of the Winery team, involved in all aspects of the process and able to demonstrate strong leadership skills. Uniquely the role combines hands-on winemaking with production management and is ideal for candidates looking to move to a role with greater levels of responsibility and input into the entire winemaking process.
Industry recognised winemaking qualification.
A minimum of 2 years hands-on winemaking experience.
Right to work in the UK and a willingness to relocate essential.
Join our Vineyard team
Assistant Vineyard Manager
Established in 1969, Newhall Wine Estate is one of the oldest vineyards in the UK and has been key to the development of the industry. We are looking to strengthen our Vineyard team by recruiting an assistant vineyard manager. Overseeing 120 acres of vines many dating back to the 1970’s and 16 different varieties with further plantings scheduled for 2024, this is a challenging new position with great potential to develop your own skills whilst being part of one of the country’s most exciting vineyard regions The Crouch Valley. With experience of cool climate grapes, a passion for growing, and a proven record of successfully running a team, you’ll be key in helping shape the business as we continue to expand, and you develop your Viticultural career.
Join the Winery Team
The Harvest Cellar Hand will be supervised by the Senior Winemaking team throughout the duration of their time at New Hall Wine Estate. The role will be extremely practical and hands-on, completing a wide range of duties as part of a team or independently while under supervision. The successful candidate will support and become a key member of the winemaking team during a critical, busy period.
Ability to work alone and as part of a team – often in changeable, wet environments.
Willingness to embrace a flexible working environment and culture – hands-on, self-motivated and keen to learn.
Reliable and punctual – ability to take instruction and perform duties to a high standard.
Strong work ethic – taking initiative where necessary.
Very strong attention to detail with internal motivation for accuracy, efficiency and cleanliness.
Previous cellar experience of a minimum of 1 vintage essential.