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2014 growing season

2014 Olive Harvest Photos: Jordan Winery, Sonoma County
Behind the Scenes / Photo Essays / What's New / October 31, 2014

Fire up the mill–olive harvest has begun. The 2014 olive harvest officially kicked off at Jordan on Monday, October 27, which is about three weeks early for Sonoma County, home to some of California’s best […]


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A look at the 2014 vintage growing season and harvest
Behind the Scenes / Photo Essays / What's New / October 8, 2014

They say good things come to those who wait, but the 2014 growing season in Sonoma County was the exception to this adage, when great things came early all year long. A moderate winter in […]


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2014 harvest kicks off early in Alexander Valley
Behind the Scenes / Photo Essays / What's New / September 3, 2014

Jordan’s 39th harvest kicked off in the wee hours Tuesday morning with our first gondolas of Alexander Valley Merlot grapes from two key growers. It’s the first time in a decade that our red wine […]


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Bud break arrives with force: what this means for the 2014 harvest
Behind the Scenes / March 28, 2014

Our vineyards slept through the driest winter on record in Sonoma County in 120 years, and after some welcomed rains in February, they’ve awoken from their dormancy with force. Bud break began about one week […]


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Inside look at the 2014 drought in Sonoma County wine country
Behind the Scenes / February 13, 2014

Brian Brett, a poet and farmer, once said, “Farming is a profession of hope.” For farmers who aren’t in control of their water sources, hope might be the only option in this recording-shattering drought year. […]


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