Okanagan Falls, BC | Local boutique winery BC Wine Studio is growing. We are currently seeking part time sales consultants who have a passion for selling wine, good product knowledge, and are committed to the idea of “Buying Local”. These are part time positions that can easily compliment any full-time career, especially for someone already well connected in the Food & Beverage industry.
We are looking for brand advocates in three key markets: Sea to Sky, Vancouver and suburbs, Fraser Valley and Okanagan. This role will involve presenting our wines at Farmers Markets, Artisan Markets festivals and special events. The positions will involve weekend work and candidates must be self-sufficient and mobile and be capable of moving wine set up and tear down of our booth and working outdoors in all conditions. Candidates with digital media savvy, good administrative skills and own vehicle are preferred.
Our goals are to grow sales to direct to consumer channels, e commerce and restaurants, while raising awareness with consumers through sampling and sales at special events. The ideal candidates will creative, passionate and organized, with excellent customer service skills.
BC Wine Studio is a boutique winery located in Okanagan Falls, BC. We’re a small winery with a big heart, known for crafting big wines.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
Please reply in confidence by email to Mark Simpson, Winemaker, via mark [at] artisangroup.ca. ...
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Great news! These two politicians, striving to get re-elected, have come to their senses and small businesses like BC Wine Studio and many other BC Wineries, are no longer caught in the crossfire.
Thanks very much to all my colleagues and friends in the industry for your support and a special mention to Christine McConnell Coletta, who showed some real leadership on this matter. I heard about this development on CBC radio on my way to the Alberta Beef and BC Wine event at Edible Canada , so the protest turned into a celebration. What great irony! I was so happy, I bought a really nice magnum of Pinot Noir from Okanagan Crush Pad that was a door prize. I think a magnum party is in order.
The B.C. government is challenging Alberta’s ban on B.C. wines through the Canadian Free Trade Agreement's dispute settlement process. But Alberta says its decision is "a reasonable response to an unreasonable attack on the Canadian economy."