Sunset in a field at Jordan Estate
Tree with Spanish moss at Jordan Winery

preserving open space

Unique amongst Healdsburg wineries, more than three-quarters of the scenic estate has been preserved as natural habitat—open spaces where craggy oak trees cover the landscape, geese and ducks swim the lakes, and rabbits, turkeys and coyotes roam the hills. The property includes roughly 120 acres of grapevines, 16 acres of olive trees, a two-acre garden, two lakes, several grazing pastures and many woodlands. Roughly 900 acres of our land remains wild. The biodiversity of ecosystems on the estate encourages beneficial insects and other predators that support our sustainable farming practices.

Geese in a field at Jordan Winery

commitment to stewardship

Second-generation vintner John Jordan continues to preserve the great ecological richness of this property and share its breathtaking vistas through hospitality. He has returned cattle ranching to the estate, created a haven for farm animals, invited conservationists to study migratory birds, invested in sanctuaries for native bees, butterflies and other vital pollinators, and appointed arborists to care for mature trees that have towered over the estate for hundreds of years. Numerous sustainability certifications have also been earned.

People walking in a vineyard at Jordan Winery

Experience Our Estate

John Jordan calls the estate home and welcomes guests to enjoy his backyard through Jordan Estate Rewards and tasting experiences.

A Deeper Look

Bees on flowers

Jordan Becomes Largest Winery Pollinator Sanctuary

Sign showing the green business certifications that Jordan Winery has earned

A List of Sustainable Winery Certifications