Tasting Room Staff Currently Required At Naramata’s JoieFarm


The GOODS from JoieFarm

Vancouver, BC | Members of the Joie team are all passionate food and wine lovers dedicated to creating and promoting the potential of aromatic whites and Burgundian reds as the signature wines of our cool-climate winemaking region. We are seeking knowledgeable and passionate wine personnel to work in our scenic farmhouse tasting room, while helping promote the fresh, seasonally-inspired Picnique offerings curated to pair with our wines. Providing an outstanding and authentic guest experience through exceptional customer service is our goal.

If you are looking to work outside in the beautiful Naramata Bench for the summer season please apply directly to Tasting Room Manager, Jennifer Carter. Send your resume to carter [at] joiefarm.com. We look forward to hearing from you!


2825 Naramata Rd, Site 5 Comp 4 | Naramata BC
Toll free: 1-866-422-5643 | Phone: 250-496-0073 | Fax: 1-866-834-4008
Email: wine@joiefarm.com | Web: www.joiefarm.com


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The Team


Owner, Sales & Logistics: Heidi Noble
Winemakers: Heidi Noble & Robert Thielicke

About JoieFarm


JoieFarm is owned and operated by Heidi Noble and is located on their farm on the beautiful Naramata Bench in the Okanagan Valley in the interior of British Columbia. JoieFarm is interested exclusively in the grape varieties of Alsace, Burgundy and Champagne which excel in the cool-climate, desert landscape of the Okanagan and Similkameen Valleys. We are particularly interested in making these wines because not only are they wines that we love and enjoy drinking, but we feel these varieties thrive and are relevant in our area. As young winemakers at the forefront of a new wine region, we are interested in exploring the potential and synergy between these aromatic varietals and their role in distinguishing the culinary West Coast of Canada as an emerging and unified cuisine.

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