Dan Rinke's winegrowing career began with a B.S. in viticulture with a minor in plant science from Fresno State University. After school, he worked as the assistant winemaker at Domaine Alfred and then became viticulturist at Rhys Vineyards. In 2007, Dan took the position as winegrower (vineyard manager/winemaker) at Johan Vineyards, an 85-acre certified organic/Biodynamic, dry farmed, and minimally-tilled vineyard and winery in the Willamette Valley. He views making wine through the lens of an organic farmer and treats his cellar philosophy like his farming approach; all fermentations are uninoculated with minimal additions or interventions.
In 2011, Dan and his wife Kim Hamblin started Art+Science Cider+Wine on their property, Roshambo ArtFarm, a 50-acre farm that has hay fields, pastures, an annual music festival, and a 15-acre diversified, no-till, Biodynamic, dry farmed, regenerative orchard. Dan also consults for a few vineyards, orchards, wineries, and cideries with interests in organic/Biodynamic farming and low intervention wine and cider production.