Dalrymple Vineyards. Pipers River, Tasmania.

The Vigneron

“I’m a simple man – my favourite things in life, apart from Pinot, are thick woollen socks on cold winter's nights, my rusty old pocketknife, making dried-smoked goose-meat sausages with my neighbours at Christmas time, and spear fishing in the river by my home.

“I'm a Tasmanian sheep farmer by birth but the mystery that turns grapes into wine hooked me early.

“Peers and mentors alike pointed me north to the mainland where I spent my time at the world famous Roseworthy Agricultural College in South Australia. I then served my apprenticeship in Burgundy, Bordeaux, California and New Zealand.

“And then came Dalrymple Vineyards. What I've learned is patience. Knowing that a vineyard is an evolving organism buffeted by climate and wind and rain and sun. There are no repeat years. No textbooks. The vineyard and I work together, each within our own limitations.

“Pinot Noir has always been my passion – the most difficult grape to grow, the most difficult wine to make well. The most satisfying of victories.”

Peter Caldwell - Vigneron

Employment

Our passion for wine, and also for business success, is not held by a few - it is a unified vision that drives the culture, performance and behaviours of our workforce.

If you’re interested in joining our team, please forward your resume and we’ll keep you informed about upcoming opportunities that match your interests, skills and experience.

E / employment@dalrymplevineyards.com.au