[View the latest When to Drink videos from 2012 here.] Wondering when to drink that special bottle of Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon in your cellar? Winemaker Rob Davis provides his latest tasting notes, as well as cellaring potential, food pairing suggestions and serving recommendations for vintages 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004. Videos for 2005 and 2006 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon [...]
When to drink videos: Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon wine tasting evolution (vintages 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004)
Our chef’s latest appetizer recipe, Dungeness Crab in Miso Vinaigrette with Micro Shiso, makes an ideal passed hors d’oeuvre for New Year’s Eve parties and cocktail receptions. Each umami-rich spoonful celebrates this season’s fresh catch and pairs perfectly with crisp, elegant, fruit-forward Chardonnays, such as Jordan’s 2008 vintage. Happy holidays! Dungeness Crab in Miso Vinaigrette with Micro Shiso Miso [...]
Jordan Vineyard & Winery will be closed for the holidays December 22-January 2. We wish you all a safe, happy holiday and look forward to sharing more video stories with you in 2011.
Adam Richman, host of Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food,” has issued a casting call for his new show, “Man v. Food Nation.” Our Enologist John Duckett submitted his challenge for Adam to come to Alexander Valley wine country next year and work up an appetite for authentic Mexican food.
We witnessed many firsts here at Jordan last Friday night: first tasting reception in our stainless-steel tank room, first seated dinner staged between our towering oak casks and even our first comedian performance. And each of these fun, new experiences helped support a great cause named A Child’s Right. Benefiting clean drinking water for children in Nepal, the Mutineer Blue [...]
Winners have been selected in our first holiday tables photography contest. Seven photos received recognition from our panel of judges. And the winning photos are … GRAND PRIZE: Elinor Ives of Massachusetts for “Holiday for Two” RUNNER UP: Kathy Patalsky of New York for “Joy Table” Elinor receives a designer pitcher with horn handle, and Kathy receives set of designer salad serving [...]
Assistant Winemaker Maggie Kruse discusses the importance of tasting the grapes and juice throughout the entire winemaking process. Grapes are first tasted during vineyard sampling and once harvested, only the highest quality fruit pressed into juice goes into stainless-steel tanks and is tasted daily during fermentation to monitor heat, aromas and flavors.
Trying to find great gift ideas for home cooks or burgeoning chefs? Chef Todd Knoll recommends three very different–and equally useful–kitchen knives this holiday season. When Chef Knoll suggested doing a video to talk about his favorite must-have knives, I was thrilled to learn more about knife anatomy, types, construction and uses. My favorite Christmas [...]
What information should and should not be printed on a wine back label continues to fuel heated debates amongst wine bloggers, retailers and critics alike. Now that conjunctive labeling has become law for all Sonoma County wineries (effective January 1, 2011), we’re using this opportunity to reevaluate our approach to the back label contents on [...]
If you’re looking for a festive way to dress up a vegetable side dish on your Thanksgiving table, Executive Chef Todd Knoll suggests Pan-Roasted Cauliflower and American Caviar. Florets of pan-roasted cauliflower serve as an unexpected backdrop for this elegant holiday recipe. The combination of wild sturgeon eggs and extra virgin olive oil brings an indulgent touch to this hardy [...]