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Working For Sokol Blosser

We are at our best when each team member can show up as their authentic selves to achieve their goals and do their best every day and we understand the importance of a healthy work-life balance.

Sokol Blosser is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration and we are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.

Sokol Blosser is committed to setting employees up for success. We strive to provide a place of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We believe that when our team feels supported and inspired, they turn that creativity into innovation and care for other team members and our customers. We are at our best when each team member can show up as their authentic selves to achieve their goals and do their best every day.

We pride ourselves on offering competitive benefits and we continually strive to find the best benefits to offer our employees.

Some of our offerings include:

    • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
    • Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)
    • Flexible and Dependent care plans (FSA, DCP)
    • Disability insurance (short and long term)
    • Life and AD&D insurance
    • Paid vacation, sick, holiday and volunteer time
    • 401k plan
    • Quarterly wine allocations (and it’s the good stuff)
    • Discounts on wine and products
    • Team bonding field trips, competitive bingo, and taco buffets..
    • The world’s best winery cats and a golden retriever who WILL love you

We believe in putting the right person in the right position! Check out our current postings below or, if none of these jobs look like the right fit for you, please send us your resume and we will hold on to it until the perfect positions opens up!

About Sokol Blosser

Located in the heart of the beautiful Dundee Hills in Oregon wine country, we are one of the state’s LAST REMAINING pioneering wineries THAT IS STILL family-owned and operated. We are passionately committed to creating world-class wines which express our distinctive hillside vineyards. We also have a steadfast commitment to being good citizens in our community and good to the earth: we are a certified B Corp, our barrel cellar is LEED certified, and our estate vineyard is certified organic. If you are looking for a great opportunity to work for a company where no idea is left unturned and you can utilize your proven experience to make a difference, we would love for you to submit your complete resume and cover letter.

email: jobs@sokolblosser.com

Current Postings

  • Tasting Room Support Associate (Dishwasher)

    Our Tasting Room is looking to add a support staff member to join us full-time on our vineyard in the heart of Oregon’s wine country. Our support team is responsible for making sure our back-of-the-house runs smoothly in order to ensure we are providing the best experience to our guests. We are a great team and we work hard, have fun and like each other!

    Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Clean all dishes, bottles and glassware.
    • Clear and sanitize tables, surfaces and furniture after a guests leave.
    • Keep water bottles filled.
    • Scrub and polish tasting bottles and glassware to ensure they are in their best condition.
    • Ensure tasting areas are clean and presentable.
    • Keep cleaning supplies stocked throughout the shift.
    • Help keep property and work areas clean.
    • Floor care; sweeping and mopping floor.
    • Closing duties to include ensure all items in the support kitchen are cleaned, polished and put away.
    • Empty all trash and recycling as needed; removed from building and placed in the dumpster prior to departing.
    • Assist in set up and take down of winery events including chairs, tables, service ware, tents, etc.
    • Fulfill wine purchase orders and assist guest with carrying their purchases to their vehicle.
    • Help with food preparation when necessary.


    • Able to lift and carry 45 lbs.
    • Must be able to stand, bend, reach, twist and move for long periods of time.
    • Must be able to work weekends and evenings throughout the year.
    • Able to use a knife and other apparatuses to prepare and serve food.
    • Able to prioritize and stay organized.
    • Possess or able to obtain a food handler’s card.
    • Share aligned values: Accountable, Adaptable, Resourceful, Teamwork, Persevering.
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