The difference between “Gros Lees” and “Fine Lees” and their importance in winemaking is discussed by Olivier Humbrecht, Master of Wine. Thanks to Jessica Bell of the MidWest Wine School who teaches WSET classes and provided a few questions. This video was shot at the Renaissance des Applelations tasting in NY. Subscribe to Ask a
Jordan’s former vineyard manager discusses the most important vineyard work in winter months — grapevine pruning — and Jordan’s double pruning technique for estate vines each season for increased efficiency and vine health. Video demonstrates who to double prune grapes when vines are dormant. Watch our latest pruning video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5RPkF4UoGQ
Alex Gambal provides a detailed descritpion of the price of vineyard’s in various levels of classification from introductory level “Bourgogne Rouge and Blanc” to the Grand Cru “Batard Montrachet”. For those curious what a parcel in Batard Montrachet costs in 2013, the answer is a minimum of ten million dollars an acre. Alex sat down
At Jordan, we harvest our Italian and Spanish olives by hand in the traditional Italian brucatura method. 2010 harvesting commenced November 22 with Spanish Arbequina olives, then continued over four weeks with Italian Pendolino, Leccino and Frantoio olives. Our 2010 Jordan Estate Extra Virgin Olive Oil will release May 2011. http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2011/01/video-watch-the-2010-california-olive-harvest-in-action/
Rob Davis, winemaker at Jordan Winery, offers a video tasting note for 2009 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley–a wine that combines an exceptional vintage growing season with Jordan’s enhanced fruit sourcing and elegant, food-friendly, silky style. Learn more at http://www.jordanwinery.com/wines/cabernet_sauvignon/vintages/2009.