We are a northern Willamette Valley winery in search of organically grown and dry-farmed Syrah for this upcoming vintage and beyond. Please send me an email should you have some available or have a possible contact. Thanks for reading and best of luck this growing season.
Two full bulldog's pup set ups (wand included), and one attachment only (no wand @ $150).
Used in good condition.
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A to Z Wineworks, located at their REX HILL property in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, seeks cellar interns for the 2021 vintage.
At A to Z Wineworks, harvest is intense and filled with opportunity as fruit arrives from around the state - primarily Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Chardonnay, plus a cross-section of other varieties. This diversity of fruit comes from our LIVE-certified and as well as from conventionally farmed locations across many different AVAs. The vineyard sizes range from several hundred acres to very small sites.
This paid internship position typically runs from mid-August through early November, depending on the season. We value interns who share in our company culture of working hard, working smart, and learning together. You will work with a team that has earned the most years of collective winemaking experience in Oregon, as well as experience that stretches from Burgundy to New Zealand. Our winemakers approach winemaking from different perspectives and they are willing to share what they know. This is an opportunity to learn more about winemaking on different production scales and with different stylistic goals. At A to Z, we blend traditional winemaking and a modern approach.
Of paramount importance to us is that you can accept a flexible schedule, which will almost certainly include long hours, overtime, and weekend work. You must be able to stand and move for at least ten hours, have the proven ability to lift, bend, rotate, move and carry up to 40 pounds over the course of the shift and on a repetitive basis, and be able to climb stairs, ladders and work on catwalks. We expect people to work well within a team environment and work with individuals in a respectful manner that is consistent with the company’s values.
You will undoubtedly have a diverse work experience, including but not limited to, grape receival, pump-over and Pulsair cap management, tank dig out, pressing, racking, transfers, barrel work, inoculations, wine movements, juice, must and wine additions, driving a forklift and as always, cleaning.
We have several schedules available, which may include morning, swing and night shift. Benefits include a catered meal a day at the peak of harvest, wine education, safe shared events when possible, camaraderie, learning and most importantly, sharing in a great company culture. Past Trainees and interns have stated that a harvest at A to Z Wineworks is rewarding and a career builder. We hope you consider applying with us. Interested candidates are requested to send a resume and cover letter.
Due to the ongoing pandemic and visa restrictions, we are unable to consider those who do not currently have work authorization in the U.S.
A to Z Wineworks is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about us at www.AtoZWineworks.com
My husband and I own 18 farmable, sun-receiving acres in Linn County that we are wanting to lease to grow grapes for a winery or vineyard. It is currently bare field with 2 wells (in addition to the well that supports our home). Please feel free to reach out to me via email email@example.com for questions. My name is Tiffany.
Our family has an Estate-grown Vineyard in Columbia Valley, WA. All grapes are hand-picked and sorted to ensure quality.
Malbec 2 tons $1600
Merlot 3 tons $1450
Cabernet sauvignon $1900
This is a stealer price due to the quality of our grapes. We just have a surplus of wine due to pandemic and don't need all our grapes this year.
This role supports the Market Expansion, Tourism and Brand Equity imperatives embedded within the OR Wine Board’s Strategic Marketing/Communications plan.
It connects the OWB to wholesale & retail decision-makers, intra-industry marketing organizations and external alliance partners to fulfill the Board’s marketing objectives.
Primary job responsibilities include design, delivery and evaluation of trade promotional support along with management of the working relationships required to execute OWB programs. The position requires a high-energy individual able to thrive in a performance-driven culture, who possesses superior project management skills, an ability to anticipate and adapt to workflow demands and excellent communication competencies.
Reliability and flexibility in response to changing priorities are essential along with a talent for facilitating communications across a diverse portfolio of projects and constituencies. The position demands sound judgment, informed instincts and a proactive, solution-driven orientation.
Remote/Home Office currently, but a home-base in the Portland, Oregon or surrounding areas is preferred.
7 years of experience in Trade Channel Marketing, Brand Management or wine-related sales/distribution.
Exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills, demonstrating a high degree of professionalism and integrity. The ideal candidate is an efficient, independent performer who is also able to work as part of a team.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and other web-based applications such as Google Analytics, Mail Chimp and Adobe Creative Cloud
Filter, prioritize, analyze and validate information quickly
Sort through multiple demands efficiently, adjusting priorities and expectations as needed.
Translate OWB’s program calendar for field implementation & work cross-functionally with
peers to assess incoming requests for OWB action
Embrace, support and promote the OWB’s diversity, equity and inclusiveness principles
Support a culture of open, productive communications with all stakeholders
• Develop, execute and assess OWB’s trade support activities focusing first on the OR Wine Month promotion
• Support OWB Trade-targeted Educational programming
• Maintain and expand OWB’s trade contacts database
• Enhance and enrich working relationships with OR wine industry marketing organizations to maximize support for, and participation in, OWB-sponsored trade activities
• Create a system to synthesize & interpret trade marketing requests
• Optimize and measure social channel messaging in OWB’s industry communication matrix
• Prioritize, manage and measure the impact of OWB’s involvement in third-party trade education events (e.g. TEXSOM)
• Update Resource Studio online material and other trade-facing presentations on OWB’s website, including new AVA details & maps
• Sponsor and administer industry task forces and channel advisory groups as needed to advance OWB’s Market Expansion and Brand Equity goals
• Participate in developing and delivering Phase II of the NW Wine Specialist Certification Program internationally
• Cement principles of equity thoroughly and thoughtfully into the OWB’s Marketing Expansion efforts
• Other responsibilities as may be assigned
Bachelor’s degree or comparable business experience
Wine Education Certification(s) preferred
Full time, salaried (OT exempt)