It’s hard for us to believe, but 2022 marks 50 years since Tom and Sally Jordan embarked on the journey of a lifetime—to establish a winery and craft world-class cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay wines inspired by France’s great chateaux in beautiful Alexander Valley.
Coinciding with our winery’s golden anniversary this year is the 10-year anniversary of the John Jordan Foundation. For many months, we have been working on assembling a series of festive events to celebrate mark these dual milestones—both at the winery and across the country. For the first time in our history, we will host Social Impact Summer, a multi-day culinary series that will extend Jordan’s philanthropic impact to organizations that need it most. One hundred percent of the event ticket proceeds will benefit nonprofit partners: Clayton Early Learning in Denver and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee in Nashville.
“We’re looking forward to ‘going big’ with social impact this summer in Denver and Nashville,” says John Jordan. “It is a privilege to partner with organizations with such impressive track records of serving these three communities.”
Kicking off in Denver on June 3-4, Jordan’s Social Impact Summer events will be filled with rare Jordan wines from special library vintages to 18-liter big bottles, food pairings by celebrated chefs, live music, celebrity guests and other surprises. The festivities in each city will include epicurean events: a festive reception-style Big Bottle Party and/or a decadent multi-course dinner and auction, Gather in the Garden.
Find out how you can join the celebration below. As always, your purchase of Jordan wines and proceeds from Jordan Winery event tickets fund the John Jordan Foundation, which works to provide disadvantaged youth and young adults with the tools needed to succeed educationally and professionally.
Social Impact Summer Events
June 3-4, 2022
Kicking off in Denver, the place where Jordan Winery was born, the Denver Big Bottle Party and Gather in the Garden Top Chef alfresco dinner and mini-live auction will benefit local nonprofit, Clayton Early Learning. Friday’s Big Bottle Party features pairings by local Denverite chefs—Chef-Owner Tom Coohill of Coohills, Chef-Owner Troy Guard of Guard & Grace, Chef Ryan Rau of Urban Farmer and Chef Norbert Hiller from E5 Events—as well as a line-up of 3-liter, 6-liter and 18-liter big bottles. Saturday’s affair will highlight stellar Jordan vintages alongside the inventive cuisine of three Top Chef alumni: Carrie Baird, Chef-Partner at Culinary Creative; Justin Sutherland, Chef-Owner of Handsome Hog and Host of Fast Foodies; and Brother Luck, Chef-Owner of Four by Brother Luck.
June 15, 2022
Co-hosted by country music singer/songwriter/producer Jon Pardi in Music City, our anniversary event in Nashville includes a star-studded evening at the picturesque Thompson Hotel Rooftop. All ticket proceeds will give back to Nashville’s most vulnerable youth through a partnership with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee. The lively experience will be filled with special Jordan wines from magnums to 18 liters, live performances and the unveiling of a limited-edition collaboration between Pardi Batch Spirits and Jordan Winery, created exclusively for the city of Nashville. Featured chefs include Vu Vo and Kate Sigel of Marsh House and L.A. Jackson; Deb Paquette of etch and etc.; and Hannah Young of Adele’s. VIP ticket holders will indulge in a private luxe caviar bar with Jordan Chef’s Reserve Caviar by Tsar Nicoulai and Jordan Cuvée by Champagne AR Lenoble and will also have the opportunity to taste the 2012 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon library wine out of magnum—one of Jordan’s most coveted bottlings to date. Celebrate our golden anniversary alongside celebrity guests including, Cam Jordan from the New Orleans Saints, Kevin Byard from the Tennessee Titans, one of Nashville’s favorite musicians Jordan Davis and more.
Hosted at the Jordan Winery Chateau, a series of four alfresco dinners will highlight local and global causes that the John Jordan Foundation has supported in the last decade in an intimate dinner party setting. From protecting the academic futures of our youth to rescuing animals from inhumane conditions, guests will be able to hear the heartfelt stories about the lives that have been transformed through each charity’s work, all while enjoying a decadent five-course meal served on the Jordan terrace.
To learn more about the nonprofit partners, celebrated chefs, wines and highlights of Jordan Social Impact Summer, visit jordanwinery.com. Tickets are open to the general public and available until sold out.