We were excited to hear that the innovative marketing team at Jordan Winery launched a lifestyle blog. (If you’ve never seen the Jordan Winery movie trailers and music videos, you need to spend a few minutes with your video player. Just be prepared to laugh.) We figured the new lifestyle site would be a place to get their chef’s recipes and updates on events. But when we went to the site, we found THIS. One of the more clever tasting guide we’ve seen, it’s a low-alcohol wine tasting map covering Napa and Sonoma County! Have you ever gone wine tasting only to feel burnt out two or three wineries in? By lunchtime, have you ever longed for a warm bed, soft blanket and a Coke? (Yeah, ok, almost every day but we mean when you’re wine tasting.)
Following the easy, color-coded map Jordan has provided, you could plan an entire day of tasting around wines that won’t make you go woozy after one sip. That’s right, you’ll have wine tasting longevity, the power to last from 10am until the last tasting room sweeps you out the door at closing time.
Even if you can’t plan a trip to Napa or Sonoma an time soon, this low-alcohol wine tasting map can be your guide. Pull it up as you shop for wine to discover bottles with balance and elegance. Don’t have a smart phone? They’ve made a downloadable version of the map you can print and carry along. Thanks, Jordan! We like your style!
To find all the best low-alcohol wines in Napa and Sonoma, visit Jordan’s new site, WineCountryTable.com. You’ll also find some nice tips for hosting your next dinner party, great Napa and Sonoma travel destinations, and, of course, some tips from the winery’s chef!
And for more help on planning your next Wine Country vacation, check out Oenomad. This helpful tool makes planning visits to your favorite low-alcohol wine producer a breeze.
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