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Where the Wine Jobs are in the USA

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Where the Wine Jobs are in the USA – If you want to work in the wine industry, you’re in luck!  The United States is the fourth-largest wine producing country in the world.  You’ll find details on California, New York, Washington, Oregon and Pennsylvania, which are the top five wine producing states and related job opportunities from AgCareers.com.

 

Infographic - Title: Where the Wine Jobs are in the USA. Sub-title: So you want to work in the wine industry…You’re in luck!  The United States is the fourth-largest wine producing country in the world.  Read about the top wine production states and job opportunities from AgCareers.com. Image Text: Number One:  California.  667.6 million gal of win produced in 2012.  Produces more than 90% of all U.S. wine.  Related jobs on AgCareers.com:  Area Viticulture Advisor, Wine Chemistry Professor, Part-Time Taster.  Number Two:  New York.  26.4 million gal. of wine produced in 2012.  Home to 1,631 family vineyards and 353 wineries.  Related jobs on AgCareers.com:  Viticulture Specialist, Vineyard Intern.  Number Three:  Washington.  24.5 million gal. of wine produced in 2012.  12 American Viticultural Areas (AVAs).  Related Jobs on AgCareers.com:  Vineyard Equipment Manager.  Number Four:  Oregon.  6.8 million gal. of wine produced in 2012.  17 AVAs and 540 wineries.  Related jobs on AgCareers.com:  Ranch Assistant, Filed Equipment Foreman.  Number Five:  Pennsylvania.  3.5 million gal of wine produced in 2012.  14,000 acres of grapes.  Related jobs on AgCareers.com:  Landscape Supervisor.  United States wine industry statistics via the U.S. Department of Treasury, Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau.  Find excellent wine industry opportunities nationwide, Canada & Australia www.AgCareers.com.