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Tons of growth potential within the company. The company is always purchasing new vineyards across the world and developing new brands and it creates jobs and opportunities. The wine perks are great! A lot of the employees are awesome and nice and love the company and it's generally a very positive place to be. The wine is truly wonderful quality and that is something the company could and should be proud of.
Could benefit from a formal training process. Higher pay and better benefits are a frequent request.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online – interviewed at Kendall-Jackson (Santa Rosa, CA).
I get the feeling that you must be a millennial for a chance at a face to face interview. I would think that a more diverse age work culture, would cause the department to not have such a high turnover and less of a risky place to work reputation. I know it's not that way in other KJ departments, and people actually enjoy working in those departments.
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Jackson Family Wines (JFW) stakes its success on the fruit of the vine. Among the largest winemakers in the US, JFW produces the best-selling chardonnay: Vintner's Reserve. The company's other flagship wine is its trophy Grand Reserve label. Sold in restaurants, retail stores, and via the company's website (where legal), JFW's dozens of fermeted offerings include its well-known chardonnay, as well as merlot, sauvignon blanc, pinot noir, cabernet sauvignon, and zinfandel. JFW encompasses 35 wineries around the world that support production of about five million cases a...