Jordan Vineyard & Winery adds new vineyard, tasting experiences
Quite a few things are new at Jordan Vineyard & Winery— the French-inspired producer planted a vineyard next to its iconic chateau for the first time in the winery’s history, the dining room is undergoing its first renovation in decades, and Jordan is hosting several inaugural events and tasting experiences at its estate in Healdsburg, in northern Sonoma County.
Enjoy a taste of Jordan Chardonnay while walking to the winery's new hilltop vineyard on the Chateau Block Cabernet Sauvignon Vineyard Tasting. The guided outdoor experience includes three vintages of Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon paired with local charcuterie from Journeyman Meat Co. The tasting is $75, available weekends June through October, with reservations beginning in April.
Other inaugural offerings include the Taste of Spring Dinner in the renovated dining room on May 4, with a seven-course food-and-wine pairing dinner by Jordan's executive chef Todd Knoll ($295, tickets go on sale April 2); a new format for the New Release Tasting of the first vintage of Jordan Cabernet sauvignon aged entirely in French Oak; Jordan’s first Bastille Day Brunch celebration July 14 featuring a lavish buffet and food pairings by Jordan's culinary staff with the chateau and its lawns as the backdrop ($200, tickets go on sale in June); and two picnic lunch events, with picnic goers watching the Jordan culinary staff add the finishing touches to an array of picnic chic provisions ($95, tickets go on sale in May).