When grape harvest season begins and how long harvest lasts depends on several factors, but typically at Jordan Winery in Sonoma County, harvest begins in early September and ends by the middle of October. Harvest can last from 30 to 45 days for a producer of elegant, lower-alcohol wines like Jordan. This montage video features
Waking up with Bell’s Palsy: Winemaker Adam Lee of Siduri wines had concerns that he had perhaps had a stroke and quickly went to the emergency room. Bell’s Palsy was diagnosed and he has been recovering slowly over the six weeks between when he was afflicted and when this was filmed. From the National Institute
The Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855 was established by Napoleon III to establish a ranking of the best wines in Bordeaux. David Launay, formerly of Gruaud Larose, a classified Second Growth in Saint-Julien explains the system. David Launay was the Commercial Director at Château Gruaud-Larose in St.Julien, Bordeaux for 12 years. See all of
Our winemaker’s report of the 2015 vintage at Jordan–the 40th harvest for both Rob Davis and the winery. View his complete report at http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2015/10/2015-harvest-report-video-jordan-winery-sonoma-county/.