Gather in the gardens of Dallas to toast to milestones and to give back to local children in need. Hosted as part of Jordan Winery’s 50th anniversary and the 10th anniversary of the John Jordan Foundation, this unforgettable weekend will be filled with Jordan wines, food pairings by celebrated local chefs, live performances by Dallas String Quartet, celebrity guests and other surprises.
The best part: funding by the John Jordan Foundation ensures that 100 percent of the ticket proceeds will go to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas’s Academic Interventions Project, which works to fight the severe learning loss endured by children during the pandemic.
As part of Jordan’s Social Impact Summer events series, two events will be hosted over two days at serene gardens surrounding Arlington Hall at Turtle Creek Park—a reception-style Big Bottle party and a multi-course alfresco dinner, Gather in the Garden. Join for one event or both nights. Big bottles. Big taste. Big hearts. It will be a weekend to remember.
Date: June 10-11 Arlington Hall Gardens
3333 Turtle Creek Blvd, Dallas, TX 75219
Tickets: Tickets will go on sale to the public on March 15
Friday, June 10 — Jordan Big Bottle Party 7-10 p.m.
A festive reception-style Big Bottle Party hosted in the Arlington Hall at Turtle Creek Park gardens. The evening will feature rare 3-liter, 6-liter and 18-liter big bottles of Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon, new release Jordan wines and delicious pairings by local chefs—Kent Rathbun of Imoto; John Tesar of Knife Steakhouse; Rhonda McCullar of Uchi; and Chef Adam Fiscus from Food Glorious Food Catering. Live entertainment by Dallas String Quartet will further set the festive mood.
Saturday, June 11 — Gather in the Garden Dinner & Auction
6:30-10 p.m. general public
A multi-course alfresco dinner featuring James Beard award-winning chef, Kent Rathbun of Imoto, rare Jordan library wines, a mini-live auction and music by Dallas String Quartet. Celebrity guest sommeliers will unveil and pour a rare wine from the Jordan cellar for each table.