This Wine Company Is Hiring A "Rosé Influencer" To Drink And Travel

Hi, I'm qualified, thanks.

Rosé All Day has finally created a job that's perfect for my skillset. The wine company is looking to pay its new hire—in dollars AND alcohol—to drink at their luxurious French chateau. Should I put in my two weeks notice now?

The chosen candidate will earn $10,000 (yes, really) to serve as a rosé influencer for the brand. "The victor will be whisked away to France for a content creating vacation and with bountiful Rosé All Day product for art directing, staging, and of course drinking." I mean, I'm drinking wine and Instagramming anyways, it's about time I got a free trip and some cash out of it.

The contest launches June 8, 2019—aka National Rosé Day! Mark your calendars!—and will remain open through Labor Day weekend. Here's how to enter: Follow @Rose_All_Day on Instagram and tag the account with your own rosé-related content—the more entries, the better. "The brand is looking for beautiful imagery, personality, and clever captions," the statement continues. "The more entrants choose to Rosé All Day and post about it, the more chances they have to win."

Once the application closes, the judges will announce five finalists on IG. Those selected will have to post a tie-breaking 'gram for consideration, before the final influencer is crowned.

"The Rosé All Day brand was created based on the success and phenomenon of the #RoséAllDay lifestyle that has taken over our menus, our glasses, and our social feeds," Principal of Biagio Cru Wines & Spirits, Darren Restivo said. "To embrace the community from which we were born, we want to find someone who relates to this lifestyle to digitally encapsulate the Rosé All Day life."

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I'd wish you luck, but this role was tailor-made for ME.

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