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Five Changes to Jordan Chardonnay Winemaking: Can You Taste the Difference?
Behind the Scenes / Featured / What's New / March 29, 2017

The inspiration for Jordan Chardonnay is the White Burgundies from Meursault and Puligny-Montrachet, and while we never want to change our crisp, balanced style of wine, John Jordan believes in constant evolution; we are always […]


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Batonnage: an old-world winemaking technique preserved each winter
Behind the Scenes / February 23, 2011

Each winter, our barrel cellar is filled with the sound of batons stirring our Chardonnay. The old-world winemaking technique of batonnage, the French term for wine lees stirring, is practiced for every vintage of Jordan Chardonnay. It’s a beautiful cadence […]


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