Wine Production

Would you like to experience the Australian methods of making wine?  Are you interested in meeting people from other countries and discussing their Wine-making methods?

Are you between the ages of 18 years and 30 years.  Do you have a recognised qualification in "Oenology and Viticulture"? The starting time for Vintage varies according to the Wine producing region. The first harvest starts mid-January, other regions at later dates

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Opportunities Available

OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE TO WORK DURING THE THREE MONTH VINTAGE EITHER AS A CELLARHAND OR AS A LABORATORY ASSISTANT AND SOMETIMES AS BOTH

Costs Involved

  • Administration Fee
  • Australian Health Insurance
  • Visa Fee (which is not refundable)
  • Travel to placement
  • Participate in a seminar
  • accommodation costs for the seminar paid by the Australian and International Agricultural Exchange

For Australians to Work Abroad in the Wine Industry

  • You will need similar academic qualifications to those of the Inbound Trainees.
  • Aged between 18 and 35 years.
  • Similar responsibilities of the Inbound Trainees.
  • Vintage period will be for a minimum of three months.
  • You might be able to get an extended stay, depending on the size of the enterprise.
The Wine producing areas where you could gain these experiences are:
  • West Coast of America
  • East Coast of America to a lesser extent
  • France
  • Other Wine producing countries of Europe