Matin Du Bois Vintners is a family-owned winery located in the Temecula Valley that was born out of an appreciation for the craftsmanship, tradition, and perfection of creating a great wine. As second-generation vintners, we strive to keep tradition a central part of winemaking. We believe in the art of pairing and we have made it our mission to create wines that are not only great alone but enhanced with the intricate flavors of food.
Our Founding Story
As second-generation vintners, Matin Du Bois Vintners strives to produce Old World style wines that intersect seamlessly with the modern tastes of today.
Dedicated to creating region-defining wines from the Temecula Valley
Discover our complete food-friendly wine collection from some of the finest vineyards in Temecula Valley, CA.
Skin-contact Fermented Pinot Grigio2020 Ramato
- Tasting NotesDry, balanced, and complex, flavor notes of baking spices, dried fruit, stone fruit skins and an herbaceous nose
- Ageing18 day maceration, aged for 6 months in Neutral French Oak barrels
- Food PairingsBaked fish, roasted vegetables, appetizers, spanish tapas and a sunset, serve slightly chilled
Off-Dry Merlot2012 Lavande
- Tasting NotesOff-dry, slightly acidic, and fruit-forward, notes of plum, black cherry, and pomegranate
- Ageing14 day maceration, aged for 22 months in Neutral French Oak barrels
- Food PairingsSoft and mild cheeses, chocolate truffles, and a warm summer's day, serve slightly chilled
Bordeaux Style2017 Cabernet Franc
- Tasting NotesMedium-bodied, complex, and balanced with notes of bell pepper, herbs, and rich terroir to the middle palate, red fruits and soft tannins on the finish
- Aging14-day maceration, aged for 48 days in 1-2 year French Oak barrels
- Food PairingsHerby lamb chops, zucchini risotto, grilled vegetables, portobello mushrooms, artichokes
Right Bank Bordeaux Style2010 Corbeaux
- Tasting NotesOld world style, complex and bold, features notes of oak and red currant layered over cherry and tobacco with a hint of anise, soft finish
- Ageing17 day maceration, 89% aged in Medium Toast, tight grain new French Oak barrels for 20 months, 11% in Neutral French Oak for 20 months
- Food PairingsRich and decadent sauces, grilled meats, mushrooms and creamy potatoes
Bordeaux Style Blend2010 Borel
- Tasting NotesComplex structure and soft tannins, layers of oak, and upfront notes of ripe cherries, blackberries, and cocoa
- Ageing17 day maceration, 50% aged in Medium Toast, tight grain new French Oak barrels, 25% in 1-2 year French Oak barrels, 25% in Neutral French Oak barrels
- Food PairingsCharred meats, charcuterie, strong and stinky cheeses
Our Vineyard Terroir
At Matin Du Bois Vintners, we are firm believers in the axiom that the wine begins in the vineyard.
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The Grape Varietals
A dark blue-hued grape used for both blending and Merlot varietal wines. Merlot grapes originally hail from France, however many notable regions now cultivate and vinify this grape, including Australia and California. Due to its excellent adaptability to different climates and winemaking techniques, Merlot grapes deliver an approachable style to a variety of food-friendly wines. Typically, Merlot grapes create dry and medium-to-full-bodied wines with moderate acidity, medium to high alcohol, and soft tannins.
One of the most popular black grape varietals, Cabernet Franc is typically blended with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon for a classic Bordeaux style wine. Cab Franc is found in many European regions such as the Libournais and Bordeaux regions of France, where Cabernet Franc originated, and continues to be some of the most notable regions for producing this grape to this day. This grape results in a medium-bodied red wine with moderate tannins, a medium-to-high acidity, and a beautiful balance between red fruits, herbs, and earthiness.
Known as the most popular red grape in the world, Cabernet Sauvignon is a hybrid grape created from the crossing of Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc. Although originally from France, Cabernet Sauvignon is grown in nearly every winemaking region in the world, including the U.S., Australia, France and South America. Used in both blending and varietal wines, Cabernet Sauvignon often results in a full-bodied, high acidity, and high alcohol wine with bold tannins that mellow over time while maintaining a strong structure for extended barrel aging.
Another dark-skinned grape, Syrah, is a result of the crossing between two relatively unknown grapes from the southeastern region of France; Mondeuse Blanche and Dureza. Originating from the Rhône region in France, Syrah is most notable in South Africa, South Australia, and Rhône, France. Wines made from Syrah are intensely dark-colored, full-bodied, and feature strong aromatic notes with flavors of smoke and pepper, resulting in a very bold wine.
Known as Pinot Grigio in Italy, Pinot Gris in France, or Grauburgunder in Germany, this gray-skinned grape is a popular white wine varietal. While originating in Burgundy, France, as Pinot Gris, this grape is notable in many regions of the world including Italy, Germany, France, and the U.S. Typically and traditionally, a Pinot Grigio is a dry, light-bodied wine with relatively high acidity and notes of fresh citrus, stone fruits, and faint honeysuckle.
WinemakerThe Woman Behind the Wine
Regan Schneider is a Sommelier and second-generation vintner who took the reins of Matin Du Bois Vintners from her father, who started the winery in 2011. The emphasis on good food and wine runs deep within the family and is consistently expressed in their everyday life.
Regan ended up pursuing this passion for food and wine when she studied at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo for Food Science with a concentration in Culinary Arts. After graduating, she became a Certified Sommelier through the International Sommelier Guild, and came back to revive Matin Du Bois Vintners, becoming one of the youngest woman vintners and Sommeliers in the Temecula Valley.
Today, she is creating waves in the Temecula Valley with her fresh approach to common wines and persistent passion for preserving the tradition and expertise behind the creation of excellent wine.
Inspired by tradition, crafted with passion, and enjoyed with great company Regan Schneider