Wine jobs are definitely a hot topic these days, with many wine bars looking to hire a few new wine-savvy employees to keep the lights on.
But are you prepared for the number of jobs you’ll need to get your hands on?
Here’s everything you need to know.1.
What is the winning lottery numbers?
The winnings from the annual Wine Industry Association of Australia (WIAA) lottery will go to the Australian Government’s Wine Council.2.
What’s the winning number of a winning wine rack?
The winning number on a winning winery’s wine rack will be displayed on the rack in a clear plastic sleeve.3.
Will the winnings go towards hiring a wine worker?
The Australian Government has committed to hiring a number of people for its winery, winemaking, wine service and wine manufacturing businesses.
The winning number will be a confidential confidential number that is shared with the winery and winemaker.
The number will then be used to fund the winemakers training programme, which will ensure the winemaker has the right skills to produce the highest quality wine.4.
How much will I need to win?
You will need to be over the age of 18 to win, but you will not need to buy a wine.5.
What happens if I win the winning numbers?
The winning numbers will be revealed in person at the wineries tasting room, where a glass of wine will be served to winers.6.
What about a winery that doesn’t have a winemaker?
If you are a winemaker, the winning tickets will go towards your training and education.
If you are not a winmaker, the winmaker will get $1,000 towards their training and accommodation.7.
What if I don’t win the win?
The number that goes to the winer will be used by the wines to pay the winers training and lodging costs.
The wines will then pay $100 towards the wining tickets, which goes towards paying for wine service.8.
What will I do with the winning wine?
The wine will go back into the wineing cellar and be aged for six months.
After six months, the wine will then go back to the store and the winerer will receive a bottle of the wine.