If your perfect tipple is a bottle of bubbles, then we might have found the perfect job for you.
The job is taste testing one of the world’s first pink Prosecco – and it includes a trip to an Italian winery.
The best part of the job is that you’ll also receive a year’s supply of PINK Prosecco.
140 years in the making, PINK Prosecco will be one of the first rosé Proseccos ever sold in the UK following a change to Italian law approving production, and they are looking for an official fizz fanatic to join the team as their tester.
The successful applicant will become part of international wine history, and taste test the new pink fizz before it goes on sale to the public next month.
The chosen applicant will be asked to review the blush bubbles, and give a short review in exchange for £300. They’ll then be asked to go on secondment to Treviso, Italy early next year, to the Italian vineyard where the PINK Prosecco is being made.
As part of their official duties, they’ll be involved in the picking and pressing of the 100% pure Glera and Pinot Noir grapes, and then fourteen weeks later they’ll get the chance to taste the fruits of their labour as the pink hued Prosecco will be decanted from the tanks.
And, of course, there will be plenty of refreshment breaks along the way.
So, if you the difference between DOC and the average bottle of bubbly, this could be the perfect job for you.
‘Fizz fans have been wanting to try PINK Prosecco for so long and it’s almost time for the first reveal,’ says Paul Anthony Gidley, CEO of PINK Prosecco.
‘We want to make sure it’s pink perfection, and the new PINK Prosecco Tester will not only have the crucial role of tasting the first batch but will help us to shape the product in the future.
‘Since the Prosecco Council in Italy gave the go-ahead for Prosecco DOC Rosé we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to get the brand, bottle and bubbles just right.
‘We hope the successful applicant will agree that PINK Prosecco really does taste as good as it looks – with a fruitier nose than standard Prosecco and hints of summer fruits such as strawberry and blackberry, with fantastic racing bubbles and a light, semi-sweet finish.’
The ideal candidate must be bubbly, passionate about Italy’s fizz, and have a vested interest in learning about the culture and the process behind every bottle of PINK Prosecco produced.
Those interested can now apply via the PINK Prosecco website. They will need to be over 18 and submit up to 250 words on why they think they are the best candidate for the role.
There is one PINK Prosecco vacancy available, and all applications must be received by 20th October 2020.
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