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Jordan Chardonnay Sonoma 750ml

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Original price $44.99
Original price $44.99 - Original price $44.99
Original price $44.99
Current price $37.99
$37.99 - $37.99
Current price $37.99

Vivid aromas of citrus blossom, white flowers, lemon curd and pears invite the first sip. Flavors of kumquats, Gravenstein apples and Meyer lemon peel dance with a harmonious frame of creaminess, juicy acidity and oak barrel notes, making it very versatile at the dinner table. Hints of tangerine peel and subtle green apple laced in oak linger on the succulent finish. More expressive in its youth than previous vintages.

Due to its crispness and citrus elements, the 2019 Jordan Chardonnay can be enjoyed as an aperitif and is also a versatile food pairing wine. Unlike many fuller-bodied Chardonnays, Jordan Chardonnay will not overpower salads or raw bar favorites, and it also creates a nice contrast of flavors with richer seafood, such as salmon or ahi tuna. The wine’s acidity and oak nuances can complement grilled chicken or roasted vegetable dishes and creamy pastas.

Critical Acclaim

Tasting Panel
The 40th anniversary vintage of the wine was sourced from 11 vineyard blocks from five growers; the liquid spent six weeks on the lees (in stainless steel and in barrel) and give and a half month in new French oak. Lemon-lime edginess is juxtaposed with an inherent creaminess, while wet stone and green apple add verve and personality to the wine's already abundant appeal. Jazzy acidity and floral aromas and flavors lend a French accent to this modern California Chardonnay
Wine & Spirits

Rob Davis retired from his four-decade post as founding winemaker at Jordan in September of 2019, when Maggie Kruse stepped up to the role, so this is one of the last wines they made together. This chardonnay impressed our panel for its flavors of fresh pears just coming into ripeness—“What I’m looking for,” said Tim Buzinski of the Culinary Institute in Hyde Park. “The fruit is abundant but very mild.” The wine’s toastiness comes more from lees than directly from oak, the pear and apple flavors mouthwatering and oceanic in their salinity. Completely dry, with lovely richness.

Wilfred Wong of
COMMENTARY The 2019 Jordan Chardonnay is lovely, beautiful, and bright. TASTING NOTES: This wine shines with aromas and flavors of ripe apple, nectarine, and a hint of sandalwood. Enjoy it with fully ripened Époisses and freshly baked baguettes. (Tasted: September 23, 2021, San Francisco, CA)
Wine Enthusiast
A crisp, elegant and nicely textured wine, this is the first vintage under Winemaker Maggie Kruse. Wet stone, Meyer lemon and crunchy green apple all come into play around integrated oak and a hint of baking spice. The acidity keeps it fresh and focused.