CAREERS AT APOLLONI

Inquiries can be sent to info@apolloni.com, please attach a resume and a cover letter upon sending.


Open Positions

2022 Harvest Cellar Hand(s)

Apolloni Vineyards is seeking a full-time harvest intern for the 2022 harvest. The position will begin in early September and last approximately 8 weeks.

We are a small, LIVE certified and organically farmed, family-owned winery/vineyard producing approximately 9,000 cases annually. Working primarily with estate-grown fruit including Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris,  Pinot Blanc and Chardonnay, we also grow and produce a small amount of Estate Nebbiolo and Sangiovese and our own Super-Tuscan style red. Through our Clients we work with Sauvignon Blanc, Gamay, Tempranillo, and both red and white Rhone varietals. We offer a pastoral country setting and Bocce courts as the northern outpost of the Willamette Valley in the Tualatin Hills AVA.

Download the full Job Description Here.

To apply, please contact Apolloni Winemaker Kevin, with a cover letter, c.v. and questions: kevin@apolloni.com


About Apolloni Vineyards 

Apolloni Vineyards specializes in the production of premium Pinot Noir and traditional, Italian-style wines.

Owner/Winemaker, Alfredo Apolloni and his family live on the vineyard, situated in the northern Willamette Valley and home to Oregon’s newly designated Tualatin Hills AVA. This location, which also houses the winery, tasting room and underground barrel cave, lies just 25 miles west of downtown Portland. The vineyards, totaling 90 acres, include 45 acres of organically farmed Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc. Both the vineyard and winery are certified sustainable by the LIVE (Low Input Viticulture & Enology) and the Salmon Safe programs. The tradition of winemaking in the Apolloni family dates back 150 years, with vineyards originally in northern Italy. The wines of Apolloni Vineyards represent the best of old world Italian tradition, brought to the soil of Oregon, demonstrating a quality of excellence in viticulture. Alfredo, his wife Laurine and their three children share in this family adventure.

Italian Roots. Oregon Grown.