I've always wanted to expand my pallet in wine drinking, and I think this dream job might do just that for me.

My favorite Moscato, I could drink that all day, but I need to expand my pallet, and if you want to do the same here's you chance. A California Winery wants to pay you $10,000 a month to drink wine and live at their winery. 10-grand a month!

The new position at Murphy-Goode Winery, is a full-time position who will live in wine country and learn about the business. According to MSN,

Murphy-Goode's "A Really Goode Job" pays $10,000 per month and covers full rent in the town of Healdsburg in Sonoma County. For the first 90 days, the new hire will shadow Dave Ready Jr.—winemaker and the son of one of Murphy-Goode's confounders—around the vineyard to explore the world of winemaking. After that initial period, they will work with the business to come up with a more specific role based on their interests.

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Seems like a nice gig, learn the business, drink wine, live in beautiful wine country, and drink wine. As long as you have a passion for everything wine, the way its made, produced, and marketed your set. To apply for the job, submit a video of yourself and describe why your the right person for the job. This is a wine lovers dream job, and for someone like me who wants to learn more on everything wine, I would totally do this. I've never heard of Murphy-Goode Wine, but next time I go to the store I'm going to look for it, they don't make a Moscato but like I said I'm all about trying new wine.

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