Drinking rosé is part of the job description.
It’s June, which means the rosé is likely flowing wherever you are. But if you truly love that blush pink sweet wine, it’s time to double down by applying to become a rosé ambassador at New York City’s soon-to-open Rosé Mansion.
The Rosé Mansion will open its doors in Midtown Manhattan to bring rosé to the thirsty masses next month. There, guests can “wander the rooms in the mansion while sipping rosé from around the world,” the mansion’s website explains. “Each room will transport you to a different place and time. Along the way you will learn about the history, science, and economics of this magical beverage.”
These "magical" places include rooms representing Ancient Rome and the Finger Lakes, and other areas where visitors are invited to create their own blends. Or, if you're feeling more of a party vibe, you can “swing from a gold chandelier and more before you end your journey in the greatest rosé wine bar on the planet.”
To help guide people through this incredible experience, the 90-day pop-up event is looking to hire a few mansion ambassadors to chat with guests.
“We are looking for charismatic, outgoing, creative people who are passionate about education, science, art, culture, history and most importantly LOVE TO TALK! If you fit in so far, keep reading because this might be the place for you,” the mansion’s job posting reads.
Job duties include leading small groups of wine lovers through the event and representing the Rosé Mansion brand with “integrity and enthusiasm, leaving each guest with a stellar experience.” Ambassadors will also receive weekly training to increase their skills, "all while drinking over 100-plus of the best Rose Varietals.”
The Mansion's website says it will provide competitive pay for both part-time and full-time employees.
Of course, you could just visit the Rosé Mansion instead. All you have to do is buy a ticket in advance ($45 general admission, $35 during happy hour) and pick your date and time. All tickets, the site explained, include entrance to the experience, eight wine samples, and souvenirs. Visitors can purchase extra glasses, bottles, or snacks along the way.