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Five Tips for Cellaring a Cabernet Sauvignon to Perfection
Eat & Drink / Featured / What's New / January 25, 2017

A well-crafted Cabernet Sauvignon continues to develop over time. The wine’s personality evolves in a way that leads to increased aromatic complexity and texture. When stored properly, balanced Cabernet Sauvignon can be enjoyed for decades. Here […]


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When to Drink tasting note videos: Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon vintages 1999-2007
Eat & Drink / January 16, 2013

Our annual When to Drink video series debuts this month, created to help those with Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon in their cellars learn how those wines are currently tasting and optimal drinking windows. These videos are […]


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Saying goodbye to used barrels … but not for long
Behind the Scenes / March 12, 2010

Our recent post about the new barrel inspection process discussed the pristine barrels French and American cooperages deliver to our cellar door every winter. But only one-third of our Cabernet Sauvignon is aged in new oak […]


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Recycling lees in Chardonnay winemaking
Behind the Scenes / January 13, 2010

One of the vital steps to crafting a great Chardonnay involves lees, residual yeast cells that remain in contact with the wine during fermentation and aging. The lees help give Chardonnay its round mouthfeel and mild tannins. When […]


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