Archive for December, 2012

2012 Year in Review video: highlights from Jordan Winery’s 40th anniversary year

by on December 27, 2012 in Featured, From the Heart


A look inside Jordan Winery during our 2012 40th anniversary year festivities, as well as the annual growing season. Thank you for helping us make 2012 a year to remember.

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New Year’s Eve party appetizer idea: Caviar Cups with Curried Cauliflower

by on December 21, 2012 in Featured, From the Kitchen

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If you’re looking for an elegant appetizer recipe to serve at a New Year’s Eve holiday dinner party, try our chef’s new Caviar Cups with Curried Cauliflower recipe. They have a festive presentation and pair beautifully with a light, crisp Chardonnay or sparkling wine. Recipe: California Caviar Cups with Curried Cauliflower Summary: Both luxurious and [...]

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Happy holidays from Jordan Winery … Gangnam Style

by on December 16, 2012 in Featured, From the Heart

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It gets a little boring in wine country this time of year, and we figured it was time that a winery paid tribute to PSY’s Gangnam Style with a parody … wine country style. Thanks for making our 40th anniversary year such a special one. Happy holidays to you all and best wishes in 2013. [...]

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Grape gondola toy drive collects 2,060 pounds of toys for children

by on December 14, 2012 in Featured, News

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Sonoma wineries fill grape gondolas with 2,060 pounds of Toys for Tots Russian River Valley beats Alexander Valley by 20 pounds in first-annual wine country gondola toy drive HEALDSBURG, Calif. (December 14, 2012)—A head-to-head competition between wineries of the Alexander Valley and Russian River Valley—battling to see which wine region could fill its massive grape [...]

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The fall transformation of our vineyards and winery …

by on December 10, 2012 in Featured, From the Cellar

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November was a month of transformation at Jordan, both inside and out. In the vineyards, carbohydrates continue the slow journey down into the roots in preparation for dormancy. Unwilling to give up their fight to continue providing through photosynthesis, a few leaves held onto their green pigments like proud soldiers hoping to be the first ever [...]

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