We are currently looking to fill the following open positions.

Parts Department Specialist

Our parts department is expanding and we are looking for an outgoing candidate who is willing to help out in all areas. The candidate should be hard working, self-motivated, has knowledge in farm equipment parts and is organized. The job consists of helping receive and organize parts, assist customers with the sale of parts, helping in house mechanics locate parts, take in freight, stock and inventory product, and take trips to town to pick up product. Previous parts department experience preferred. Must be computer literate, hardworking, friendly with customers, able to lift 70# occasionally, and have a clean driving record. Benefits and Pay DOE

If you or anyone you know may be a good fit for this position, please email resumes and references to Taryn @

Great Review about the Pellenc Selectiv Harvester!

A fantastic article was posted by Great Northwest Wine emphasizing the changes that the industry is seeing in how vineyards are harvested.

Because of a growing shortage of vineyard workers, one of Red Mountain's largest vineyards is encouraging winemakers to use its new mechanical harvester rather than insist on hand-picked grapes. Quintessence Vineyards, one of Red Mountain’s most important growers, wants more of its customers to embrace mechanical harvesting for a variety of reasons.

See the full article below to learn how Vine Tech Equipment and vineyard managers are working towards more mechanization in the vineyards!

Red Mountain winemakers taste mechanically harvested Cab