Spring is the season for new beginnings, including the latest vintages of Jordan Russian River Valley Chardonnay and Jordan Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Released mid-April, these three wines are ready to be enjoyed at your table.

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2018 Chardonnay

A rare expression of California Chardonnay that excites the senses. Bright and delicious.

TASTING NOTES: A vintage defined by its crispness, vibrancy and freshness. Pretty aromas of honeysuckle, lemon blossom and Fuji apple spring from the glass. The palate boasts bright, lively layers of lemony citrus with just a hint of oak and creaminess from careful barrel aging and bâtonnage. Flavors of kumquat, lemon and Fuji apple linger in the juicy, mouthwatering finish. Enjoy now or cellar through 2025.

VINTAGE NOTES: After years of very warm weather in winter, 2018 remained rainy and cool into early spring, allowing bud break to begin at a more typical time in mid-March. Bloom occurred under normal conditions, allowing an average-sized crop of grape clusters to form. Heat spikes in June and July, followed by record temperatures over Labor Day weekend, had no negative impact on the large clusters, which surprised us with their record weights and vibrant aromas and flavors.

The Making of 2018 Jordan Chardonnay

2016 Cabernet Sauvignon

The 40th Anniversary of our first vintage of Cabernet Sauvignon.

TASTING NOTES: Aromas of black cherries wrapped in a spice box of nutmeg, clove and allspice jump from the glass. The palate is filled with flavors of black currants and plum that lead seamlessly to silky tannins. Blackberry and Mission fig notes linger on the finish. The combination of elegance and intensity make it a fitting vintage to celebrate 40 years of Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon. Enjoy now after decanting for 30 minutes or cellar through 2035.

VINTAGE NOTES: A phenomenal year that took us by surprise. After ample rainfall of 32 inches in winter, bud break and fruit set enjoyed normal, mild weather. Late May brought two heat spikes during flowering, which rewarded winemakers with small berries and rich tannins. Moderate summer conditions only intensified the gorgeous, concentrated flavors.

The Making of 2016 Jordan Cabernet

2014 Cabernet Sauvignon 1.5L

The third in a string of exceptional vintages that lends itself to the long, graceful aging that only a large-format bottle can provide.

TASTING NOTES: Its perfume of blackberries and black cherries mingles with a backdrop of subtle oak notes. The palate has a velvety richness that coats the mouth in concentrated flavors of blackberries and cassis, laced with fine tannins. Enticing flavors of chocolate, violets and dark fruits linger in the long finish. Enjoy now or cellar through 2047.

VINTAGE NOTES: In what seems to have become a trend in the past few years, 2014 was defined by an early growing season. After a moderate winter, the buds burst early and grew rapidly. Relatively warm, dry days prevailed in spring, allowing the vineyards to bloom perfectly and set a balanced crop. Dry weather with few heat spikes helped the grapes to develop intense, dark fruit aromas and flavors.

The Making of 2014 Jordan Cabernet Magnum

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