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Going Against the Grain: Why Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon is Moving to 100 Percent French Oak after 40 Years
Behind the Scenes / Featured / What's New / March 31, 2017

Winemaking challenges come in many forms. There can be frost snaps in early spring that harm the grapevines’ vulnerable buds, untimely rains while harvesting thin-skinned grapes like chardonnay or the grudging tank of cabernet sauvignon […]

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The making of a one-of-a-kind wine barrel by Nadalie Cooperage
Stories Shared / What's New / September 8, 2015

A few years ago, I mentioned to Vincent Nadalie of Nadalie Cooperage, a leading wine barrel maker, that Rob Davis’s 40th harvest at Jordan was on the horizon. Vincent’s father Jean-Jacques and brother Stephane both […]

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