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Carneros Hills 2013 Pinot Noir, Carneros

The winery is a project of Jackson Family Wines, and this 2013 Estate Pinot Noir is its debut vintage. A very new winery, but it’s built on some seriously historic dirt. Carneros Hill is built on the site of the original Buena […] The post Carneros Hills 2013 Pinot Noir, Carneros appeared first on Wine School of Philadelphia.

Exploring Sauvignon Blanc, with nine interesting wines

As part of a session at the Jackson Family Wines internal conference that I’ve been attending this week, we had a big discussion about Sauvignon Blanc. This included a tasting of an array of different Sauvignons, exploring a range of styles. Sauvignon is a really interesting grape variety but it has a bit of an [...]

Review: 4 Tuscan Wines from Tenuta di Arceno

An Italian outpost of Jackson Family Wines, Tenuta di Arceno is an Italian winery we’ve covered from time to time, with generally stellar results. Today we check out a quartet of new releases, including two of Arceno’s most prized bottlings.… Continue reading ?

Falcons, Drones, Data: A Winery Battles Climate Change

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Jackson Family Wines of Sonoma, Calif., is among winemakers employing both high-tech and old-school techniques to adapt to hotter, drier conditions.

A Photo Tour of Jackson Family Wines

There’s a misconception that California’s wine country is already fully discovered, overrun by tourists, queues at every tasting room, and that all the wineries are owned by corporations. But none of this is the truth. We traveled to severa... via

Agricultural Innovation in a Water-Scarce World

BlueMorph Waterless Tank Sanitation Katie Jackson is the Vice President of Sustainability and External Affairs for Jackson Family Wines. In her role, Jackson co-manages the Government Relations and Regulatory Affairs Department and leads the company’s innovative sustainability program. Jackson directs the development and management of projects related to water and energy [...]

Spotlight on Award Winners: Jackson Family Wines Tesla Stationary Energy Storage System

Jackson Family Wines’ commitment to sustainability goes one step further by successfully piloting energy storage. They are on the forefront of the intelligent energy system revolution. This is a great pilot to be studied and replicated at more wineries in the future.”  Jackson Family Wines is a family-owned wine company in Santa Rosa, California. In […]

The latest in consolidation: Copain sells to Jackson Family

Copain winery has been sold to Jackson Family Wines for an undisclosed sum the wineries announced today. Copain has taken twists and turns to end up at the winery perched above the Russian River Valley floor. Co-founded in 1999 by Wells...Show More Summary

Review: Wines of Silver Palm, 2016 Releases

This new brand is another Jackson Family creation, focusing on the sub-$20 segment with wines heralding from the North Coast and Central Coast regions. Thoughts on four of the current offerings from this winery follow. 2014 Silver Palm Chardonnay North… Continue reading ? The post Review: Wines of Silver Palm, 2016 Releases appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Review: 2012 Bootleg Red Wine Napa County

Another Jackson Family Wines limited edition bottling, this one made by winemaker Brian Kosi, Bootleg is primarily a Napa blend of 36% Merlot, 28% Petite Sirah, 21% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Syrah, and 4% Zinfandel — with a little Pope Valley… Continue reading ? The post Review: 2012 Bootleg Red Wine Napa County appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Review: 2010 Cenyth

Cenyth is a Sonoma County bottling from Jackson Family Wines, a Bordeaux style wine that offers a wildly different composition every year. For 2010 it’s 54% merlot, 34% cabernet franc, and 12% cabernet sauvignon. This wine is drinking very old… Continue reading ? The post Review: 2010 Cenyth appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Kendall Jackson Goes for Sustainability Gold

While producing America's best-selling Chardonnay, Jackson Family Wines is gunning for sustainability glory with an aggressive plan to manage water use and adopt renewables. Is it enough?

How Tesla's Commercial Batteries Have Changed the Future...For Winemakers?

Tesla won't deliver batteries until late this summer, but Jackson Family Wines is already using them to slash its peak-demand energy use. The vast majority of the 49 lush acres at La Crema winery in Windsor, California is covered in uncountable rows of beautiful green Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapevines. Show More Summary

Review: 2010 Tenuta di Arceno Il Fauno di Arcanum Toscana IGT

This Tuscan winery is owned by the enormous Jackson Family of Wines operation, and it’s only the company’s second Italian brand under its umbrella. Tenuta di Arceno’s Il Fauno di Arcanum bottling (not the same as Arcanum) is a Bordeaux-style blend… Continue reading ? The post Review: 2010 Tenuta di Arceno Il Fauno di Arcanum Toscana IGT appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Siduri Wines: Rewarding the Search for Flavor

About a month ago, after twenty years in business, and arguably at the peak of their business, Adam and Diana Lee sold Siduri Wines, and their sister project Novy Family Winery to Jackson Family Wines for an undisclosed sum. Siduri began...Show More Summary

Interview: Jackson Family Wines

Nick Aster talks to Jackson Family Wine's Katie Jackson as well as Julien Gervreau about sustainability in the wine industry, specifically the two major areas of water and energy. The post Interview: Jackson Family Wines appeared first on Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit.

The Robb Reader: Barbara Banke

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Like her late husband, Jess Jackson, with whom she cofounded Jackson Family Wines, Barbara Banke is a trailblazer.

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