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Our favorite things to do in Healdsburg and Sonoma wine country

by on April 22, 2014 in From the Heart, News

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One of the best parts about working in Sonoma wine country is getting to hang out in this beautifully diverse corner of Northern California. Days off can be like a vacation in our own backyard. I asked a few Jordan employees to share their favorite things to do around Sonoma County. Here’s our top five [...]

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New edition of Jordan Estate Tales wine country magazine debuts

by on April 19, 2014 in From the Heart, News

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Every year at Jordan, I challenge our talented staff to elevate their respective crafts—whether in the cellar, the kitchen, the vineyard or the offices. Somehow, these new enhancements to Jordan wines and hospitality always end up involving a construction project. A wood-fired oven for our chef. A barn for our cattle program. A new composting area [...]

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First full season of new epicurean excursion begins at Jordan

by on April 17, 2014 in Featured, News

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Jordan Vineyard & Winery begins the first full season of our new Estate Tour & Tasting experience today. Guests will journey to remote corners of the nearly 1,200-acre Jordan Estate to enjoy a farm-to-table, wine-and-food-tasting excursion with a backdrop of stunning vistas. Reservation requests are now being accepted at jordanwinery.com/visit for tours hosted Thursday through Monday until November 10, [...]

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New release wines: Jordan 2010 Cabernet and 2012 Chardonnay

by on April 2, 2014 in Featured, From the Cellar, News

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“European winemaking is a history of empirical experience.” Those were the words André Tchelistcheff, the great wine guru, once said to me while we were driving to visit a winery in France. As our 39th growing season begins here in Sonoma County, I realize just how much I agree with his observation. Our winemaking skills [...]

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John Jordan to Open Jedi Training Academy in Wine Country

by on April 1, 2014 in Featured, News

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New legion of Jedi Masters will protect the Wine Republic against the enemies of fruit HEALDSBURG, Calif. (April 1, 2014)–The first-ever Jedi Training Academy is set to break ground in Sonoma County wine country this spring in a remote corner of Alexander Valley, less than an hour’s drive from George Lucas’ famed Skywalker Ranch. The [...]

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Jordan ranked no. 1 Cabernet Sauvignon in 2014 Restaurant Poll

by on March 18, 2014 in Featured, News

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The results of Wine & Spirits magazine’s 25th annual Restaurant Poll are in, and according to magazine editors, it shows the greatest strength in restaurant wine since the Great Recession of 2008. Seventy percent of respondents reported that wine sales have increased as a percentage of their restaurant’s total sales. Jordan is thrilled to have earned [...]

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United Way names John Jordan Philanthropist of the Year

by on March 15, 2014 in Featured, From the Heart, News

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United Way of wine country honored John Jordan as the 2014 Philanthropist of the Year at its annual Tocqueville Society luncheon, hosted at Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant on March 7. John Jordan, CEO of John Jordan Vineyard & Winery, was recognized for his extraordinary generosity and the impact of his work for our community. “In honoring [...]

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Jordan Guzzle Buddy unveiled in “Cougar Town” infomercial spoof

by on March 5, 2014 in News

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The Guzzle Buddy wine device made its debut on TBS’s “Cougar Town” last night. Loved seeing this infomercial spoof with a full demonstration using bottles of Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon. Great lines! Pouring wine is such a chore. Ouch! Wine wrist. Plug it and chug it. Pouring is boring. Check out the #guzzlybuddy post on their Facebook [...]

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San Francisco restaurants: latest food and wine trends

by on February 18, 2014 in News

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In the second installment of our regional spotlight series, we asked local experts in the city by the bay to share their thoughts on the latest food and wine trends emerging in San Francisco’s dining scene. These four topped their lists. Elite chefs going casual continues. When chef Michael Tusk of Quince, one of the [...]

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Valentine’s Day gift idea: dinner in the vineyard at Jordan Winery

by on February 11, 2014 in Events, Featured, From the Heart, News

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Looking for a last-minute Valentine’s Day gift idea? Surprise your loved one with an unforgettable dinner in the vineyard experience: Jordan’s first-ever Sunset Supper at Vista Point. Enjoy a festive dinner party this summer as the sun sets over Vista Point, the highest hilltop on Jordan Estate in Sonoma County. The evening begins with a reception [...]

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