The Team

Jennifer

Jennifer is our administrative assistant who spends most of her time at the computer helping Linda keep the business and accounting side of the winery running smoothly.  Once in a while you’ll see her appear briefly in the wineshop to help out with our guests when things get very busy, or even on the bottling line enjoying the winery camaraderie!

 

 

 

 

 Vilem

VilemVilem came to Stag’s Hollow from the Czech Republic.  On a one year visit to Canada, Vilem fell in love with the Okanagan and decided to stay and is currently working on his permanent residency.  Vilem looks after the vineyards at both locations Stag’s Hollow and Shuttleworth Creek. You will find him mainly on the tractor in the field, with our seasonal vineyard team or on the crush pad during harvest!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eileen

Eileen

This is Eileen’s second year in the tasting room, and from the start she too fell in love with Stag’s Hollow.  Eileen can be found pouring wines in the tasting room, greeting guests and sharing knowledge about the many wines we have to offer!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Family Team

Tyler

Tyler, our son,  started in the vineyard at the age of 1 in a picking bin!  Since that early start, he has helped with bottling, picking, vineyard work and any other miscellaneous jobs that Dwight or Josef do not want to do!  He is definitely working from the bottom up and on his way to learning all there is to know about the vineyard and winery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pinot and Sully

 

17353522_1134379830024379_5716062877529054105_nA winery is not a winery these days without a winery dog or two. Pinot has grown  up in the wineshop from 8 weeks old and is often recognized especially by our returning customers.  Sully joined us as a bouncy grown-up about a year and a half ago as his owner had passed away and he needed a new home.  He has completely fit in and loves being at Pinot’s side grooming her and usually hogging the dog bed!  Besides greeting guests, Sully and Pinot like to think they are fierce hunters, scaring birds, deer and marmots out of the vineyard when not working in the wineshop.