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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

  • Cellar Assistant - Full Time

    We are looking for an experienced Cellar Assistant to join our Winemaking Production team. This full-time position is responsible for daily cellar operations that are vital in our winemaking processes to achieve success and quality control. We are a value-based company, we work hard and play hard, and we like each other!


    This is how you would spend your days!

    • Perform all cellar operations in accordance with SOPs established by Sokol Blosser to include Wine movements, barrel work, mixing of wines, wine additions, maintain headspaces and wine surfaces for quality
    • Properly sanitation of tanks, hoses, barrels, pumps, fittings, drains and floors
    • Maintain a clean and safe work area
    • Receives and assists in shipping of bulk wine, including accurate completion of all necessary paperwork
    • Loading and unloading supplies and case goods from trucks
    • Record data accurately and completely onto assigned work order paperwork from wine movements, tank measurements, additions, etc.
    • Work on the bottling line as needed: dumping glass, packing, palletizing or forklifting
    • Pulling samples for lab tasting and/or analysis
    • Accurate record keeping by written completion of work-orders

    Harvest specific, annually:

    • Operation of harvest equipment, including but not limited to, destemmers, sorting line, augers, press, pneumatic punch down device, pumps
    • Harvest specific tasks including but not limited to cap management, fruit processing, sorting fruit on the line, unloading trucks, forklifting, juice rackings, vineyard sampling, pump-overs, punch-downs, dig outs, checking brix, processing fruit directly to tank or press, fruit sorting, additions and cleaning
    • Assist the Cellar Master in educating and leading the harvest crew on our practices and SOPs
    • Lead late evening shift harvest cellar clean up


    Position requirements

    • Degree in winemaking, enology, fermentation science or related science field desired; or 5+ years of equivalent experience
    • Minimum of 2 years hands-on experience in harvest
    • Basic working knowledge of winery practices
    • Light maintenance of winery equipment
    • Computer skills, including knowledge and skills using Excel
    • Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills, in the cellar as well as with paperwork
    • Able and willing to work long and variable hours, including weekends
    • Innovative, positive team player, able and enjoys working within a team as well as able to work alone for periods of time
    • Must be certified or able to be certified to operate a forklift and pallet jack
    • Work safely in a team environment and follow all SOPs for safety and quality and suggest updates where necessary
    • Responsible for understanding and complying with safety regulations and applicable quality, environmental and safety regulatory
    • Able to follow written and oral instructions in English
    • Able to communicate clearly with others
    • Able to work in a fast-paced, changing environment
    • Attention to detail and high standards of quality and cleanliness
    • Able to perform demanding physical tasks, lift and carry up to 55lbs, climb ladders, stand for long periods of time
    • Mobility throughout winery required
    • Possess a good attitude
    • Comfort with cats and dogs as they are on the property and in our work areas
    • Ping-Pong skills a plus


    Position Comments

    • Standard hours are 40 hours a week and schedules may vary depending on business needs
    • Longer hours are required during harvest of fruit, bottling and other times of the year as the business requires
  • Harvest Interns

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