Sam Jordan

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Sam Jordan
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Samuel Jordan

(1991-06-19) June 19, 1991 (age 32)
Oakland, CA, USA
CitizenshipUnited States of America, Spain
Alma mater
  • Red Bear Winery
  • Olivetta
Known forRed Bear Winery, Olivetta, Philanthropist, Los Angeles based entrepreneur
Height6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
  • Wayne Jordan (father)
  • Quinn Delaney (mother)
RelativesDoug Jordan

Samuel Jordan (born July 19, 1991) better known as Sam Jordan is an American entrepreneur, philanthropist, investor, actor, and film producer. He is a serial entrepreneur, best known for his ventures in the hospitality industry and as the founder of Red Bear Winery and Olivetta.[1] Jordan is the founder of Jordan Hospitality, a parent company that invests in and grows hospitality projects in the Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay Area. He is also the founder of EnviTours, a sustainable travel company, and has worked for the United States Congress.[2]

Born in Oakland, California, Jordan's interest in wine began during his time living in Spain, where he was exposed to the culture surrounding wine. He eventually founded Red Bear Winery, which is known for its smooth and refreshing taste. Jordan has been recognized for his contributions to the hospitality industry, including being named Modern Luxury's Modern Man of the Year. In addition to his business ventures, Jordan is also a philanthropist and has been involved in various charitable causes.[3]

Early life and education

Jordan was born on 19 July 1991 in Oakland, CA to Wayne Jordan and Quinn Delaney. He spent his childhood in the SF Bay Area. Right from a very young age, Jordan always had a focus on travel, hospitality, and restaurants. Today, I still use my passions as a child in my business life

Jordan attended the University of Maryland, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science, and the Universitat de Barcelona, where he earned a Master's Graduate Degree in Business and Tourism.


Jordan started his entrepreneurial journey with Jordan Hospitality, a parent company that invests in and grows hospitality projects. The company has invested in several businesses in the Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay Area, including restaurants, tourism/travel, yacht charters, luxury transportation services, and a winery. Jordan's passion for wine developed during his time living abroad in Barcelona and Madrid, where he immersed himself in the culture surrounding wine. After his family acquired the T Bar T vineyard in Alexander Valley, Jordan launched Red Bear Winery, which produces a smooth, refreshing, yet powerful taste.[4]

In addition to his hospitality ventures, Jordan has made a name for himself in the film industry, with his first role in the upcoming film Deadlock,[5] directed by Jared Cohn. He also serves as an executive producer for the film. Jordan has been recognized for his accomplishments, receiving the Modern Luxury Modern Man of the Year award.

Jordan is committed to sustainable tourism and founded EnviTours, a luxury and eco-conscious travel service that allows voyagers to give back to the destinations they visit. Jordan has also contributed to the dining scene in Los Angeles, co-creating the Euro-inspired restaurant Issima and its Mediterranean counterpart, Olivetta, both located in West Hollywood.

Awards and recognition

Modern Luxury: Modern Man of the Year.



  1. "Entrepreneur Samuel Jordan's Red Bear Winery Set for End of 2021 Release". Yahoo Life. Retrieved 9 March 2023.
  2. Standard, Business (4 February 2022). "Entrepreneur Samuel Burton Jordan is Setting the Bar High". Retrieved 9 March 2023. {{cite web}}: |first1= has generic name (help)
  3. "entrepreneur-samuel-burton-jordan-proves-you-can-do-it-all/". Retrieved 9 March 2023.
  4. Herd, Magdalena Munao / Written in Partnership with Thomas (26 October 2021). "Samuel Jordan Burton Introduces Red Bear Winery". The Village Voice. Retrieved 9 March 2023.
  5. Malik, Saqib (3 December 2021). "Entrepreneur Samuel Burton Jordan Makes Acting, Producing Debut in 'Deadlock'". Art Insider. Retrieved 9 March 2023.

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