Inglenook takes great pride in following the highest standards of protocol throughout the Estate's many interconnected areas––from viticulture to groundskeeping to special events. We are dedicated to producing premium wines that uphold Inglenook's traditions and reputation and equally committed to extending that same quality to the experiences of our guests through gracious hospitality.
For every hire, we look for individuals who take pride in performing their jobs while being mindful that they are representatives of one of the most time-honored wineries in the Napa Valley.
Francis Coppola puts it best when he says, "...the quality and authenticity of our wine are particularly important because our name is on it." This sense of integrity underscores all that we aim to accomplish at Inglenook.
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The General Maintenance Worker keeps premises of Winery, main estate, and all grounds buildings in clean, orderly and maintained condition. May also participate in re-model and building projects as necessary.
Inglenook has an exciting opportunity for an energetic individual with experience in landscaping and gardening. Working under the Lead Groundskeeper and Maintenance Manager, the groundskeeper maintains numerous important areas of the 136-year-old Inglenook estate.
Perform any combination of cleaning duties to maintain the Winery, family residences, and guest buildings in a clean and orderly manner. Duties include but not limited to making beds, replenishing linens, cleaning rooms and halls, and vacuuming.
Job Summary: Responsible for promotion, sales and booking of reservations for Inglenook experiences and providing support (administrative, telephone and concierge) to the Tasting Room management and hospitality staff.
Job Summary: Responsible for maintaining the consistency, authenticity and quality of the food prepared at Inglenook Winery for the Events Department, the Coppola’s and Tasting Room programs. Support the Chef in directing the kitchen staff and oversee the day-to-day operations of the culinary department and culinary gardens. Maintain and oversee regular kitchen operations when Chef is not present. Must be able to work the kitchen line at all stations, be personable, and a good teacher.
The Winegrowing and Lab Intern will be involved in all aspects of vineyard monitoring work, as well as laboratory work, with most work time spent in the vineyard. This position provides a critical supporting role for day-to-day operations of the Viticulturist, Vineyard Manager and Winemaking Team and assists with quality of the vineyard and vineyard experiments.
The Winemaking Intern will work in all aspects of harvest - vineyard, cellar, and lab. This position provides a central supporting role for the viticulture and winemaking teams by devising and implementing an experimentation plan during harvest.
This position focuses on delivering the optimal Inglenook experience primarily through tastings experiences. The guide’s expertise will include the Inglenook wines, vineyards, and terrior, incorporating the rich history of the Estate in order to promote the Inglenook brand. Every employee is an ambassador for the Estate.
Job Summary: Responsible for supporting the winemaking staff and winemaking activities in the winery and in the lab to ensure wine quality aspects are met. The Enologist investigates and conducts trials that resolve issues and advance wine quality. In addition, the Enologist ensures that routine chemistry is conducted and reviewed in a timely fashion, then interprets results to make an action plan for the cellar.