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Q: Working on Vineyards ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: Working on Vineyards
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: happyc75-ga
List Price: $6.00
Posted: 25 Nov 2006 14:44 PST
Expires: 04 Dec 2006 13:45 PST
Question ID: 785547
I would like to work on a vineyard in Argentina or Chile. I can only
stay for a couple of weeks (2-4 weeks). I could start work in the time
frame of December 2006 - March 2007.

I am looking for this kind of work: land preparation, planting grapes,
nurturing, irrigating and harvesting them, to crushing the grapes in
wineries and turning them into wine.

Are there any vineyards that are looking for help? Is there any web
site or book that lists vineyards that have these kinds of jobs on a
regular basis?
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Working on Vineyards
From: frde-ga on 26 Nov 2006 07:36 PST
Vines do not grow in 2-4 weeks

The only seriously labour intensive work is picking the grapes
- and believe me that is pretty back breaking.
Subject: Re: Working on Vineyards
From: happyc75-ga on 27 Nov 2006 15:20 PST
Yes I know, but at least I can learn part of the process and I don't
mind the back breaking :-)
Subject: Re: Working on Vineyards
From: d10s-ga on 29 Nov 2006 19:14 PST
Hi, i am from Argentina.
I can provide you a list of vineyards so you can put in contact with
them, and apply for the job you are looking for. Most websites are in
Spanish (if you need further help with language, tell me).

Here, for example, you can see the different vineyards, in the
different provinces of Argentina (San Juan , La Rioja, Mendoza, Buenos
Aires, and others). The information on each vineyard is listed there,
so you can contact them.

Wish it helps!
Good luck

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