Winemaking for us is a natural extension of farming, and most of our grapes come from the seven vineyards that we farm in Napa and Sonoma. We love to explore classical expressions of different varieties, some well-known like Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon, and some rare like Ribolla Gialla or Refosco Dal Peduncula Rosso. In all cases we try to respect the purity of the variety and the individuality of the site. Our wines are refreshing, complement food, and are moderate in alcohol. By using our site-specific farming methods to grow intense fruit, coupled with careful restraint in the cellar, we strive to produce wine that is full flavored but impeccably balanced.

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Matthiasson Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
The nose shows abundant red fruits, lots of bright cherry along with bramble-berries, such as blackberry, cranberry, mulberry, and framed with hints of mineral/herbal characters such as graphite, cedar, and pencil shavings. The palate is vibrant and fresh, with light tannin and beautiful acidity.
Item Number: 31936

Matthiasson 'Tendu' Red Blend 2017
Tendu red wine is a mix of Aglianico, Montepulciano and Barbera from the weathered, pink gravelly alluvium, very low fertility soils (Corning Series) called the Windmill Vineyard. The vineyard is located outside of Woodland (Yolo County; Dunnigan Hills AVA). It is of moderate elevation and it gets
Item Number: 30003
Case: $203.40

Matthiasson Tendu White 2016
This Vermentino blend is rounded out with Colombard and Chardonnay. This wine refreshing, bright, and dry with thirst quenching acidity.
Item Number: 29998
Case: $203.40
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Matthiasson Rose 2016
The 2016 Rose was made from a combination of Grenache, Syrah, Mouvedre, and Counoise from the Windmill vineyard in the Dunnigan Hills, Syrah grapes from the Hurley Vineyard in Napa Valley, Grenache grapes from the Gibson Ranch in the McDowell Valley of Mendocino, and small amount of Sauvignon Blanc

Matthiasson 'Tendu' Red Blend 2016
Eric Asimov "20 Wines Under $20" "In the old days, this might have been called a jug wine, in the best sense of the phrase. Indeed, the Tendu is sold in 1-liter bottles — there’s added value. It’s so delicious and low in alcohol (just 11.7 percent) that you’ll want to gulp it down. It’s an