Hotel Healdsburg Announces Exclusive ‘Farm to Fork Culinary Journey’ Package with Jordan Vineyard & Winery

Award-Winning Hotel Healdsburg Partners with Jordan Vineyard & Winery for a Luxurious Three-Day Getaway in the Heart of Sonoma County

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Having grown up here, the connection with the land that you get in Sonoma County – particularly the food and the grapes that we grow – is incredibly special to me. This package offers an insider view into two cherished parts of our community.

Healdsburg, CA (PRWEB) May 08, 2014

Hotel Healdsburg and Jordan Vineyard & Winery are proud to announce the “Farm to Fork Culinary Journey,” the ultimate getaway for foodies and wine enthusiasts, taking place in the heart of Sonoma County. Launching in June, this memorable package includes a two-night stay at the award-winning Hotel Healdsburg in the heart of downtown Healdsburg, an epicurean excursion across Jordan Winery’s impressive estate, and a special farm-focused dinner for two at Hotel Healdsburg’s Dry Creek Kitchen restaurant featuring ingredients from Jordan’s garden.

“We’re thrilled to introduce this new package offering for guests this summer,” said Circe Sher, partner and marketing director at Hotel Healdsburg. “The Farm to Fork Culinary Journey will showcase the natural bounty of Jordan’s exquisite estate, its elegant wines paired with the culinary creations of Chef Dustin Valette of Dry Creek Kitchen, and the luxurious accommodations of Hotel Healdsburg.”

Guests will experience the new Jordan Estate Tour & Tasting and journey beyond the walls of the winery chateau on a guided tour of the breathtaking vineyards, vistas, chef’s garden and more. Jordan Estate is one of the few properties in Northern California wine country with more than 1,000 acres of contiguous land that is navigable by vehicle, owned by a private individual and able to be explored by consumers for the first time through this tour. As part of the estate tour experience, guests will ride to remote destinations to experience wine and food in the countryside where they’re grown and enjoy tastings of multiple Jordan Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon vintages, Estate Extra Virgin Olive Oil and an array of farm-fresh delicacies from the winery’s chef. The tour, which began its first full season in April, runs for three hours and is available Thursday through Monday, starting at 9:45 a.m.

Following their tour of Jordan, guests will return to Hotel Healdsburg and enjoy dinner for two at Charlie Palmer’s Dry Creek Kitchen, renowned for its progressive American cuisine featuring simple and elegant seasonal recipes. A special four-course menu prepared by Dry Creek Kitchen’s Chef de Cuisine Dustin Valette will feature ingredients from Jordan Winery’s garden and farm, some of vintner John Jordan’s favorite DCK dishes and Jordan wine pairings.

"John and I really want to educate people on what a truly unique place Sonoma County is,” said Valette. “Having grown up here, the connection with the land that you get in Sonoma County – particularly the food and the grapes that we grow – is incredibly special to me. This package offers an insider view into two cherished parts of our community and I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to showcase what we do best.”

The package includes:

  •     Two nights of luxury accommodations at Hotel Healdsburg (premium, double queen and suite packages are available).
  •     Two tickets to Jordan Winery’s Estate Tour & Tasting.
  •     Exclusive four-course dinner for two at Dry Creek Kitchen with wine pairings featuring Jordan’s bottle selections.
  •     One bottle of Jordan Chardonnay in-room upon arrival.
  •     Daily gourmet harvest breakfast and valet parking.

The Farm to Fork Culinary Journey will be offered June through October 2014, with Tuesday-Sunday check-in days. The Jordan Estate Tour & Tasting is available Thursday-Monday, with blackout dates June 27, October 25 and October 26, 2014. Premium or double queen packages at Hotel Healdsburg range from $1,309.80 to $1,549.80 and suite packages range from $1,509.80 to $1,869.80 (room, restaurant tax and gratuities excluded). To book this exclusive package, please visit the Hotel Healdsburg website or call (707) 431-2800 or toll-free (800) 889-7188.

About Hotel Healdsburg
Reflecting the town’s distinctive wine country ambience and gentle rusticity, the three-story Hotel Healdsburg features 49 handsomely appointed guest rooms and six suites, a 3,000-square-foot spa, a 60-foot outdoor pool, country gardens within the grounds, and Charlie Palmer’s internationally renowned Dry Creek Kitchen. Hotel Healdsburg is located at 25 Matheson Street at the corner of Healdsburg Avenue on the western edge of the Healdsburg Town Square. Hotel Healdsburg can be reached by phone at (707) 431-2800 or toll free at (800) 889-7188. http://www.hotelhealdsburg.com

About Dry Creek Kitchen
Chef Charlie Palmer’s Dry Creek Kitchen in the award-winning Hotel Healdsburg takes advantage of its prized location off the town’s historical Spanish-style plaza with warm, minimalistic design, vaulted ceilings, and towering floral arrangements. In warmer months, guests can enjoy wine country al fresco dining on the terrace or cozy up by a crackling fireplace on chilly Sonoma nights. Under the direction of Chef de Cuisine Dustin Valette, a Sonoma County native who grew up in rural kinship with area farmers, the kitchen excels at sourcing and showing off its regional ingredient diversity. Located at the center of three richly producing wine areas—Russian River, Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys—patrons experience the region’s abundance even further in the neighborhood vineyard and food pairings. Dry Creek Kitchen offers international sophistication mixed with small town personality. http://www.drycreekkitchen.com

About Jordan Vineyard & Winery
Since the inaugural 1976 vintage, Jordan Vineyard & Winery has been heralded for its elegant wines, inventive cuisine and gracious hospitality. Jordan Vineyard & Winery lies tucked into the hills of Alexander Valley in Sonoma County, where the iconic Jordan chateau, inspired by the great estates of France, overlooks nearly 1,200 acres of rolling hills and vineyards with more than three quarters of the land dedicated to natural habitat. Four decades later, second-generation vintner John Jordan continues to honor his parents’ original vision, while challenging his winemaking, culinary, and hospitality staff to constantly innovate by experimenting with new techniques and technologies. http://www.jordanwinery.com