2015 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon Melchior
Jordan produced eight bottles of the 2015 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon in the 18-liter Melchior format. Filled, etched, numbered and painted by hand, each bottle comes cradled in a wooden box and includes a special wine tap for convenient serving. Available for $4,800 at jordanwinery.com/shop.
AR Lenoble, one of the few houses in Champagne that remains completely independent and family owned, celebrates its centennial in 2020.
Sonoma County Winegrowers has partnered with the California Land Stewardship Institute to launch a Climate Adaptation Certification Program for vineyards—the first program of its kind available in the world for agriculture.
All Jordan grape grower vineyards have achieved Sonoma Sustainable certification through Sonoma County Winegrowers, joining Jordan, which is Sonoma Sustainable and a Certified California Sustainable Vineyard & Winery.
Sonoma County‘s El Molino High School has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the John Jordan Foundation (JJF) to increase the number of classroom computers available to its students. It was one of the largest grants that JJF has made in the last year to Sonoma County educators.
Sonoma County Tourism announced its transition from being a destination marketing organization to a destination stewardship organization with the goal of promoting the area for travelers who seek an experience that aligns with the values around stewardship and responsible travel.
Executive Chef Todd Knoll of Jordan Winery has collaborated with Pete Seghesio of Journeyman Meat Co. to develop three salumi recipes for Jordan experiences: a salame buio made with Jordan Cabernet, cocoa powder, juniper, fennel and anise; a coppa made with Jordan Chardonnay, turmeric and shallots; and a coppa made with Jordan Cabernet and cocoa powder.
Exciting Changes to our Winemaking Staff
After 43 growing seasons as Jordan winemaker, Rob Davis has retired and turned over winemaking responsibilities to Maggie Kruse, who has been an integral part of the Jordan winemaking team since 2006.
The Replant Continues
Jordan has reached the halfway mark in the process of replanting all of its estate vineyards, which began in 2016 and will take eight years to complete. Replanting every grapevine using the latest technology will help the estate produce grapes that could stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the winery’s collection of grower vineyards.