The family-owned Jordan Winery in Healdsburg, California, recently announced its event schedule and winery updates for 2019.
The winery introduces new events to its 2019 lineup. The on-site dining room is undergoing a renovation, which will debut later in the spring. The winery will also debut its new vineyard located next to the iconic Chateau, aptly named the Chateau Block.
Here are some 2019 event highlights:
Spring Vineyard Hikes: April 26, 27 and May 10, 11
Take part in a guided wine tasting and hike with the picturesque Jordan Estate as the backdrop. ($110)
Sunset Supper at Vista Point: June 29
Indulge in a four-course meal with wine pairings at Jordan Estate’s highest hilltop at sunset. ($225)
Bastille Day Brunch: July 14
Enjoy a French-inspired brunch buffet complete with caviar and bubbles in honor of Bastille Day. ($200)
Bounty of Sonoma County Dinner: Aug. 17
Experience the best local ingredients Sonoma County has to offer at this exclusive four-course al fresco dinner. ($200)
Farm-to-table Interactive Cooking Luncheon: Sept. 21, 28 and Oct. 5
Participate in an immersive harvesting, shopping and cooking experience with stops at the Jordan garden, Healdsburg farms and a cooking school to make a stellar lunch with a wine tasting. ($200)
Olive Harvest Celebration and Lunch: Nov. 1
Celebrate the olive harvest with a three-course, olive-centric lunch. ($150)
Christmas at Jordan: Dec. 7
Toast the holiday season at Jordan’s Christmas party, complete with entertainment, premium wines and cuisine. Open to silver, gold and platinum Jordan Estate Rewards members. ($110)
Check the website for more details and to book.
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