Robert joined the Stoller team in 2011. He brings six years of vineyard management experience, including prior posts at Eyrie and Dobbes Family Estates in Oregon, and 10 total years in the industry. Before moving to Oregon's Willamette Valley, Rob worked for Enterprise Vineyards, a premier vineyard management company based in Sonoma, California. There he learned organic and biodynamic farming while managing client vineyards including Benziger, Moon Mountain, Amapola and more. Rob is fluent in Spanish and has worked and studied abroad in Spain and France.
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Leticia, or “Leti” is from Mendoza, Argentina. After years of traveling and working in Argentina, California and New Zealand, Leti joins Stoller with a degree in Agricultural Engineering and a diverse viticultural background. Her prior posts include working for Argyle Vineyards in Salem and for various vineyards in New Zealand and Argentina during her college studies. “Stoller is such a beautiful place with such amazing potential. I‘m looking forward to learning more and being a part of making excellent wine.” Leti loves being outdoors and exploring Oregon with her husband, Dustin, and their black lab, Jack.
Joseph joined Stoller in July 2011 as our Vineyard Equipment Specialist. His experience encompasses a wide array of farming and maintenance strategy. Having worked on several Yamhill county farms in that last 10 years (including Kreder Farms, Fruithill, Kuehne farms and Schmidt repair), Joe has been involved in over a dozen harvests that include grapes, berries, hazelnuts, grass seed, wheat, clover and more. Joe's agricultural experience and focus on tractor operator safety and training will help our vineyard continue to define itself as a leader in quality, locally and abroad.
all aspects of the farm and has been our ace in-house photographer since 1994. He chronicled our property's transformation from one of the largest turkey farms in Oregon to the estate vineyard and winery it is today, providing great imagery and historical records.
Mike and his wife Kelly live in Dayton in a historic home (circa 1890) they purchased and rehabilitated in 1993. They have two children, Chris and Megan, who are in college. Email Mike Haverkate or visit his photography website.