Vintage Roots is offering one lucky individual the opportunity to taste 12 different bottles of wine and give your thoughts on them, as thanks you will be rewarded £250 for your efforts!
If you enjoy an evening in with a glass of wine or two then the perfect opportunity has opened up for you; a company called Vintage Roots has opened up applications for one lucky person to taste and review a variety of their wines.
The company has a range of red, white and rose wines from its Organic Everyday Case and Rose Summer Six cases of booze that one wine lover will be tasked with sampling.
If you often drink wine and would like to think you’re a bit of a connoisseur then you may as well get paid for it!
If you are chosen for the job, Vintage Roots will send you two boxes which will each contain six bottles of wine, then it’ll be your responsibility to try out all 12 and share your thoughts.
To make it as easy as possible for you, the company will send everything to you so there’s no need to travel.
Unfortunately, Vintage Roots has made it clear that this is a one-off opportunity so you shouldn’t be expecting anymore work.
The Organic Everyday Case contains a bottle of Adobe Sauvignon Blanc Reserva, Domaine de Pajot Les Quatre Cepages, Tre Piume Bianco, Bodegas Piqueras Garnacha Tintorer, Wild Thing Merlot and Organic Roots Rouge.
Meanwhile, the Rose Summer contains a bottle of Six Giol Perla Rosato Frizzante, Domaine de Brau Rosé, Jas d’Esclans Rosé Côtes de Provence Cru Classé, Albet i Noya Curiosa Rosat, Adobe Rose Reserva and Bohem Tempranillo Rosé.
To anyone who is interested in applying for the role, you’ll be glad to know that the application process is simple.
All you have to do is upload a picture of yourself enjoying a glass of wine onto either Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Just make sure you tag @VintageRootsltd (for Facebook and Twitter) or @VintageRootsWines (for Instagram) so they definitely see your post and know you’re interested.
Applications for the job will close on August 31, 2020, so make sure you apply before then!