Search All Posts

winemaking changes

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 […]


Read More →
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 […]


Read More →
The Ferrari of bottling lines unveiled at Jordan Winery
Behind the Scenes / What's New / June 29, 2013

A new kind of super car revved its engine at Jordan just days ago. Jordan Winery’s new, state-of-the-art bottling equipment is considered the “Ferrari of bottling lines” by the wine world. The craftsmanship and quality […]


Read More →
2008 Jordan Chardonnay and 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon release date a symbol of change
What's New / May 14, 2010

Our 2008 Chardonnay and 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon released officially on May 1, 2010, in conjunction with Spring at Jordan. It’s the first time our new vintages debuted together, which is a result of John Jordan’s decision to allow […]


Read More →


Back to jordanwinery.com →