How to land a harvest internship: Start early, Work hard.

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Winemaker Fred Scherrer operates a tight ship at his 5000 cases winery in Sebastopol, California. He oversees every detail from sorting to bottling and depends on one or two smart, competent and hard working interns a season to help with harvest. In 2013, Jennifer Reichardt landed the job after working three previous harvests in Sonoma and in Chile. Ask a Winemaker sat down with both Jenn and Fred on location at the Scherrer Winery.

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