Hotel Healdsburg and Jordan Wines Launch Culinary Journey

  • Rose Bloomfield

Beginning in June, Hotel Healdsburg and the Jordan Vineyard and Winery, located in Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley, will offer a two-night stay at the hotel paired with meals centered on locally sourced food and wine. The Farm to Fork Culinary Journey includes two tickets to the new three-hour Jordan Estate Tour and Tasting, which begins at 9:45 am Thursday through Monday and takes participants on a guided tour through more than 1,000 acres of rolling landscapes, vineyards, and overlooks, including a visit to the chef’s own garden. First on foot and then by vehicle, the tour continues with a ride to a secluded corner of wine country for a sampling of Jordan’s Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon wines and its estate extra-virgin olive oil. The package also includes a harvest breakfast each day, valet parking, a bottle of Jordan Chardonnay, and a four-course dinner for two at the hotel’s Dry Creek Kitchen—prepared by chef Dustin Valette, a Sonoma County native—featuring seasonal ingredients and wine pairings from Jordan’s estate. The Farm to Fork Culinary Journey is available through October 2014, with prices starting at about $1,300. (707.431.2800, www.hotelhealdsburg.com)

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