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An Ultimate Guide to the Best German Wines
Celebrate this year’s Lovers Day by visiting our cozy, romantic Restaurant! Each year we are introducing some themed party for that occasion… This time, Valentine’s Day will be set amid Parisian decor.
Being “farm-to-table,” or devoted to “seasonal-local” practices is practically second nature at NYC restaurants today.
Halloween Meal for You!
This year’s Halloween celebrations saw a big menu change.
We decided to make each and every dish and beverage color orange.
Also we’ve chosen our main course for that event to be a veal steak with a spicy pumpkin sauce…
Best German Wines
The southern state of Virginia is well known for its hospitality and also for mastering the art of cooking smoked meats. The Smithfield Hams are the best example. Cooked in a long smoky process, learnt by locals from Native Americans, these veal hams taste like.
Brief History of Jorden
When Jerome’s father, Albert Gignac first moved from Saint-Etienne, France to New York City, he had just a small amount of his savings, memories of the pre-war vineyards he has lost and a desire to be able to produce the fine wine again. It will be consisting of our most popular dishes, as well as […]
Our winery & restaurant specializes in everything wine for more than 70 years.
That was the reason why recently we’ve decided to launch an array of additional services.
Our team is sure, that wine can be a heart and soul of absolutely any event or an occasion… Choose us and we’ll cater your event with a variety of different wines, with our sommeliers for help.
Most of the times if you say “wine”, most of the people will instantly come up with “France” in their associative thinking…
But despite that popular notion, not all the wine comes from that European country.In fact, besides the US having a 15% cap in the worldwide wine trade total, such countries as Argentina, Chile, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and even Germany collectively dominate almost a half of the world’s wine market!
This winery is owned by the Bavarian state, as indicated in the name Staatlicher. The Residence is depicted on the wine label.