Joel Myers had the good fortune of meeting Oregon wine pioneers David Lett and Charles Coury early in his life. He began his work in the industry as a young man helping Lett with his early plantings. What began as a part-time job turned into a career, as Myers's job evolved from farmhand to grape-grower to vineyard manager. Today, Myers and his family manage vineyards through their company Vinetenders, also growing some of their own grapes on the side as their personal business continues to develop.
This collection includes an oral history interview with Myers, as well as photographs taken during the interview.