on the estate
The spirit and aesthetic of a natural habitat are central to our culinary philosophy. If not in the kitchen, Jordan chefs can usually be found in the hills and meadows of the Jordan Estate throughout the year. Amid the gnarled oak trees, they forage for wild porcini, miner’s lettuce, chamomile, mint, yarrow, rosehips, prickly pear, mulberry, onions and more, coaxing out a sense of terroir, similar to our winemaking process. There is nothing fresher and more distinctively Jordan than collecting a garnish or another ingredient from the rolling hills or between the rows of vines just prior to any culinary event at Jordan. Our hospitality team shares the same inspiration and philosophy in floral arrangements and place settings, incorporating the lichen found draped in our oaks, moss, eucalyptus, branches and even the beautiful stone found throughout the estate. Ultimately, we hope our guests take with them a deeper understanding of this special place and a lovely memory to accompany their next enjoyment of a Jordan wine.