Jordan Winery to launch Jordan Cuvée in US


Jordan Vineyard & Winery is set to launch its first Jordan Cuvée wine in the US market.

The new drink is produced by Champagne AR Lenoble, a French firm that is owned and operated by the Malassagne family in the Champagne region.

Jordan Vineyard & Winery's vintner and proprietor John Jordan said: "Sparkling wine is a tradition we just couldn't let go of.

"The inspiration for Jordan was the elegant wines and gracious hospitality of France and when we found a family in Champagne that shares similar philosophies, not just in winemaking but in running a small business, we knew what we needed to do and where we needed to go."

"The inspiration for Jordan was the elegant wines and gracious hospitality of France."

The new Jordan Cuvée contains 30% grand cru chardonnay from Chouilly, 35% premier cru pinot noir from Bisseuil, and 35% pinot Meunier from Damery and has been aged for four years on the lees.

The bottle packaging features brands of both wineries' on the front label and capsule, as well as a cabouchon with the Jordan wordmark on each muselet, which was assembled and attached by hand.

The new drink will be retailed for $49, making its public debut at Spring at Jordan on 13 May.


Image: Jordan Cuvée wine is produced by Champagne AR Lenoble. Photo: courtesy of PR Newswire Association.