Behind the Scenes

Spring Growing Season Video Update from our Garden

Ideal spring weather in Alexander Valley has already afforded us an exciting harvest of lettuces, onions, strawberries and herbs, as well as near-perfect blooms on our fruit trees and impressive growth of our raspberry bushes. In this video, I discuss what’s happening this month in our garden behind the winery, including our tree-grafting experiments, which will allow us to grow multiple stone fruits on one Granny Smith apple tree.

 

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Noreen Hanna

Thank you for the wonderful coverage of the garden at Jordan Winery. It has inspired me to get out side and dig in my own. After this weekends rain of course and on a much smaller scale.

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Lisa Mattson

Dear Noreen,
We’re so glad our garden has brought you inspiration. We hope you’ll share pictures with us. You’ll also find Jordan on Flickr and you could post your photos on our Facebook wall: http://www.facebook.com/jordanwinery. Or just e-mail to blog@jordanwinery.com, so we can share with our chef. Wishing your warm weather and a bountiful harvest.
Cheers,
Lisa

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Todd Knoll

Executive chef at Jordan since 2007. Constant gardener, Paco Jet devotee and lover of dehydrated fruits, vegetables and herbs. Guilty pleasure: making sea salt in Hawaii.

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