Mission: Treasury Wine Estates will be recognized as the world’s most successful and celebrated wine company as a source of pride for our communities, in careers for our employees, in profits for our partners, in returns for our owners, and in enjoyment for our consumers.
I worked at Treasury Wine Estates full-time (More than 3 years)
Great employee discounts, a mostly respectful workplace, good benefits, the opportunity to work with some respected winemakers, some travel.
Lots of employee turnover every few years. A totally corporate approach to wine; wine is strictly a soulless product to be mass-produced and slapped with a gimmicky label.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Treasury Wine Estates (Napa, CA) in June 2017.
Great phone interview discussing what makes TWE unique fun and interesting while talking about the role and how it matches with my experience. After the interview she was very excited to set me up for another interview as they wanted to fill the role ASAP. After the first call they went radio silent and ignored my 3 follow up emails. Very unprofessional to just drop someone like that with no reply
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