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Inaugural Valentine’s Dinner at Jordan Photos and Menu

Close up of a menu for a Valentine's Dinner at Jordan Winery on a place setting plate

Last weekend, we hosted our first-ever Valentine’s Dinner for Jordan Estate Rewards members. Thirty guests turned out for a decadent, seven-course meal prepared by our chef (menu below) and paired with an array of Jordan vintages. Guests also previewed the 2010 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon, which releases officially on May 1. Save the date for our next event: Saturday, February 14, 2015.

Valentine's Dinner at Jordan Winery

Jordan Vineyard & Winery

Valentine’s Dinner in the Dining Room

February 15, 2013

Monterey Abalone with Citrus, Haiga Mai and Golden Osetra

Egly-Ouriet Brut Traditional, NV Champagne

Salad of Garden Escabeche with Charred King Richard Leeks and Black Peruvian Quinoa

2011 Jordan Chardonnay

Jordan Olive Oil Poached Ora Gold Salmon with Fort Bragg Dungeness Crab, Forest Nameko and Sugar Snap Pea Bisque

2007 Jordan Chardonnay

California Guinea Hen with Seville Orange, Farro and Belgian Salsify

1999 Jordan Cabernet

Pot au Feu Perigord with Black Angus Tenderloin, Roasted Marrow and Winter Vegetables from the Jordan Garden

2010 Jordan Cabernet

Trio of Cheeses: Beemster Classic Aged Gouda, Ossau-Iraty, French Marin Cheese Company Triple Crème Brie with Truffles

1993 Jordan Cabernet (magnum)

Tangerine Rhubarb Shortcake and White Chocolate

Coffee Service

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Lisa Mattson

Videographer, photographer, writer and publicist. Find me on weekends trying to capture footage of the elusive Jordan Estate jack rabbits and turkeys.

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