Robert Biale Vineyards is the leader in Historic Vineyard Preservation of Napa Valley. We pride ourselves on producing the best old-vine, heritage Zinfandels, Petite Sirahs and blends from Napa and Sonoma. Our small, family-owned winery is dedicated to providing a great environment to grow your career and succeed in the wine industry. Please see below for a list of current positions available on our vibrant team.
Administrative & Wine Club Assistant
Robert Biale Vineyards has an immediate need for a part-time Administrative & Wine Club Assistant to join the team. This role has potential to evolve into a full-time position that will be multi-faceted and broad in scope and responsibility. We pride ourselves on producing legendary old-vine, heritage Zinfandels, Petite Sirahs, and blends in Napa Valley. Our small, family-owned winery is dedicated to providing a positive environment for you to excel in your career in the wine industry. Our Black Chicken Society Wine Club is loyal to our brand, and loves to visit and spread the “gospel” about the quality and value of our wines. We seek not just another employee, but a good fit for our “family”. Please click here to start a conversation and submit a resume.
Wine Educator & Sales
Robert Biale Vineyards is always looking for a self-motivated, reliable, and energetic wine professional to round out our existing sales and hospitality team. Prior experience with hosting luxury seated wine tastings and/or restaurant table service is a plus. We pride ourselves on being leaders in sustainably grown, heritage-vineyard Zinfandels and Petite Sirahs, but we are so much more. The ideal candidate will possess strong sales and communication skills, a passion for Napa Valley wine and customer service, a cheerful and cooperative demeanor, and eager to provide excellent hospitality. Please contact here if you would like to start the conversation and submit a resume.
Harvest Cellar Worker
Robert Biale Vineyards is seeking a seasonal, experienced personnel to assist our production team for the 2021 harvest. The applicants must be able to follow written and verbal instructions in English, have the ability to lift and carry 50 + lbs., have a positive attitude and be self-motivated. Experience in the following cellar activities is recommended: receiving, sorting and processing fruit, pumpovers and punchdowns, juice transfers, pomace transfers, barrel preparation, barrel filling and equipment sanitization. Flexible hours and the ability to work weekends are required. Position starts mid-August and ends mid-November. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.