Paul Mathew Tasting Room


Mat is dedicated to low-input winemaking techniques. Whenever possible, indigenous yeast is used for fermentation as well as indigenous ML bacteria. He uses as little SO2 as possible and bottles the wine without filtration. "Slower indigenous fermentations make for more a complex wine and a more refined and seamless wine as well," says Mat. "Lower levels of SO2 in the barrel allow for 'elevage', the elevation of the wine quality in the barrel that higher levels of SO2 stifle." Mat is committed to Burgundian and Rhone varietals and winemaking. His plan is to make some of the best wines in Sonoma County.

Thursday – Sunday 10:30 – 4:30, or by appointment





 



Credit Cards Accepted: American Express, Diners Club, Discover Card, Master Card, Visa

Wine Type: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Rosé, Valdiguie

Facilities: Tasting Fee Refundable with Purchase, Tours by Appointment, Wines By The Glass, Wireless Internet,


Visit the website at: http://www.paulmathewvineyards.com

E-mail: info@paulmathewvineyards.com

Ticket to the wine road

Complimentary tasting by appointment Monday through Wednesday, daily Thursday through Sunday with your ticket. 10% discount with purchase of 6+ bottles.

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Events

▼ Paul Mathew Tasting Room, Foodie Seminar " Tomato Time"
Sep 27, 2014-Sep 27, 2014
Time: 6 pm
Cost: $75
Location: 9060 Graton Rd
Contact: Barb
Email: info@paulmathewvineyards.com
Phone: 707 8619729
Web site: www.paulmathewvineyards.com
Details: Our guest speaker for this months "Foodie Seminar" Local food writer Michelle Anna Jordan. Tomato time will be samplimg, discussing and pairing wine with several recipes with our focal ingredient. limited seating and rsvp a must

New Wine Releases

2012 RRV Pinot (Sep 5, 2014)
Our 2012 RRV pinot Noir is the 1st 2012 to release. Showing a beautiful juicieness with a combination of red and black fruits