Mathis Holiday Sampler 6-bottle case

$168.00 With Free Shipping

A great gift! — Get 2 bottles of the 2016 Grenache, 2 bottles of the 2015 Überblend, and 2 bottles of the 2018 Rose. Details on each are below. Shipping is included. To ensure arrival in time for Christmas, please make sure to order by Thursday morning, 12/12. If you’re shipping to CA, AZ, NV, NM, OR, WA, and ID, you have until Thursday 12/19. (Extended through 12/23.)If you'd like a brief note written on one of the bottles (very festive, btw!) send your message as you’d like it to or phone me at 707-484-0907.

2016 Grenache

The signature wine from my Sonoma Valley vineyard is now in its 15th vintage, prime years for a mature estate, which is evident in the bottle: The Mathis Grenache is bursting with happy, red fruit flavors backed by the supple tannins from a well-established vineyard. You can get a feel that the Mathis Vineyard has come into its own in this wine. (I should know—I've farmed every row and block for the last two decades!)

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2015 Überblend

Gold Medal Winner at the 2019 Sunset Magazine International Wine Competition - Led by 49% Petite Sirah, followed by 26% Grenache, with the remainder made up of Carignane and Alicante Bouschet, the Überblend is the ultimate expression of a Red Blend from the Mathis Vineyard. 

After establishing the signature Grenache blend from my vineyard, I began experimenting with other, unique blends. Grenache is often thought of as a light red wine. I wanted to show that the grapes of the Mathis Vineyard could produce a hefty, robust red wine. Hence, after years of perfecting the blend, Überblend joined the portfolio of Mathis wines with its 2012 vintage, offering those who enjoy big, powerful red wines a bold addition.

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2018 Rosé

A beautifully pale Rosé made in the classic Provençal style from the Mathis Vineyard. With extremely low phenolics, pale salmon color, fresh acidity and delicate bouquet of red fruits and a hint of anise herbality, the fruit is harvested in very early morning to ensure low temperatures (and less extraction) and is delivered whole cluster to the press. Only the first 75% of the yield is used in the production of the wine, as the later press fractions have to much tannin.  

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