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Jordan Winery

Updated: Jan 19

At the start of my 100 Wineries In 100 Days challenge….

Jordan Winery was the first winery I wrote down as a must visit.


A Sonoma County winery treasure, north of Healdsburg.

Typically mentioned as one of the top ten wineries to visit.

Jordan’s exquisite Boston Ivy covered brick Chateau is tucked into the lush Alexander Valley.


Tom and Sally Jordan, the proprietors of the nearly 1,200 acre estate since 1972 are true revolutionary wine thinkers.

There mission was to create the first Bordeaux-style Cabernet that was approachable and aged.

Lower alcohol and silky tannins.


Producers of French-inspired Cabernet and Chardonnay.

Their son, John, is the second generation proprietor, CEO and vintner.

On the tour you might be lucky enough to have their Chardonnay paired with CAVIAR!


Three-fourths of this hilly estate is a nature preserve.

Two lakes are home to ducks and geese,and cows graze on the hillside.

An 18 acre olive grove is the source for the delicious Jordan extra virgin olive oil.

Olives are handpicked in a technique called bracatura where the olives are shaken into nets.


Chef, Todd Knoll, since 2003 has gathered and planted fresh produce on the 1 acre garden.

Prize Chardonnay and Cab grapevines thrive on the 112 acre estate vineyards.

Take note: no dogs or kids for tastings.


Tasting is by appointment.

A more formal wine tasting experience.

The staff is knowledgeable and energetic to share their love of Jordan wine with you.

First Class service all the way.