(2009 Vintage) Every vintage of Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon is crafted with a focus on striking a perfect balance between beautiful fruit, silky tannins and a lingering finish. It is this delicate balance—all done by taste—that allows for the gradual, graceful evolution of Jordan's Cabernet Sauvignon in bottle. Renowned for our consistency of quality vintage after vintage, Jordan has remained one of the most popular wines on the best U.S. restaurant wine lists for decades. The diversity of our collection of crus—estate vineyard blocks that have more clay-rich soils like the Right Bank of Bordeaux and family grower parcels on mid-slope, well-drained Sonoma County vineyards with mineral-rich, gravelly soils reminiscent of Bordeaux's Left Bank—gives our new world Bordeaux blend of Cabernet Sauvignon a complexity found only in the top first growths of the world.
Wine Enthusiast 90pts - Russian River Valley, Sonoma, CA- "Bright and zesty, with flavors of limes, kiwi fruit, green apples and pineapples, accompanied by crisp acidity. Could almost be an Edna Valley Chardonnay. Oak plays only a supporting role."
Great with a steak, full body, smooth creamy finish... Great gift wine, always sure to please.
We liked this but didn't feel it was worth the price.
Best in it's class. Rich flavor, smooth and velvety.
Not a bad wine to start off food and wine classic!!
Excellent flavors; blackberry, not overbearing
New Years Eve 2014. Pop and Boo Boo's
Silky finish. Dry but not super dry.
Gourmet Group - good with short rib
Chris karla & kevin liked at Seven
Winner of lake tescue wine tasting
In las whenbruce was informed
Smooth taste. Delicious.
Very good for the price
Cab. Big win at MCI.
- over 3 years
Planet Grape(2012 Vintage) Seamless with medium body and attractive aromas of mocha, black currant, spice and sweet herb. The palate is focused with black currant, blueberry and fine, grainy texture.
Wine Spectator(2002 Vintage) Rating: 82/100 - As reviewed by Wine Spectator on 10/31/06.
Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wines(2002 Vintage) Rating: 85/100 - As reviewed by Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wines on Aug-06.
Robert Parker(2009 Vintage) Rating: 89/100 - As reviewed by Robert Parker on 12/10/2012
Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wines(2000 Vintage) The fleeting hints of citrus and green apples in this one come and go all too quickly, and, in the absence of any semblance of varietal fruitiness and identifiable richness, the wine turns thin and slightly coarse as it crosses the palate and empties out into a forgettable finish.