About the role:
The Wine Consultant is part of a team who helps maintain and build the Pieroth presence within your area. Pieroth Wine Consultants bring a personal approach to sales by meeting our customers at their location.

The primary components of the role are:

  • Making and confirming appointments with customers
  • Presenting our wines in a private home or office environment to individuals and groups
  • Assisting customers meet their wine needs
  • Maintaining the customer relationship
  • Our day starts late morning and finishes around 8pm.
  • We work some weekends


What you need:

  • A passion for good wine & meeting people
  • Outstanding personal and verbal presentation skills
  • A strong ability to work with others with an encouraging and positive attitude.
  • Proactively pursue sales
  • Resilient with set-backs
  • Strongly oriented toward sales targets
  • A car and a licence
  • New Zealand working rights to be an independent contractor


  • A background in hospitality
  • Direct selling experience
  • The benefits:

Full training is provided on our wines and our successful sales method.
There is a guaranteed minimum income during your first 8 – 13 weeks.
Once you meet the minimum sales level, a healthy commission on your sales.
Successful Wine Consultants who meet the minimum standard after training may be eligible for WSET level 1 training.

There are achievable bonuses, a car allowance, and many prizes.
And of course, you get to taste some amazing wines not only from New Zealand, but from all over the world.

An enormous amount of fun around wine.
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About Pieroth Wines

About us:
We have 3 locations in New Zealand, with international partners in Australia and across the world. Our top quality New Zealand and international wines are in a class of their own and have won numerous awards and medals. Our wines are exclusive to our Wine Consultants so they can’t be found elsewhere. Pieroth Wines started on a vineyard in Southern Germany over 300 years ago and have been here in New Zealand for over 20 years. You can find out more here http://www.pieroth.co.nz (copy & paste in your browser)