August 29, 2018 | by Lisa Mattson
The 2006 vintage was a turning point for Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon–the first harvest fully under John Jordan’s direction–and wine drinkers could already see the subtle changes in vineyard sources, grape blending and French oak barrel aging when the 2006 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon released in 2010 for $52.
We’re glad one of our fans requested the 2006 for Jordan Uncorked. Watch our video tasting note to find out how this highly structured red wine is tasting after a decade of bottle aging. Based on the winemakers’ comments, would you drink now or cellar?
The 2006 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon is available to purchase from our library for $79. Learn more about our recent winemaking enhancements with this blog: Why Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon is Moving to 100% French Oak.