Matchbook Wines
The Arsonist Chardonnay 93 pts. & Editors' Choice Wine Enthusiast
As farm kids growing up in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s, the Giguiere brothers were veritable pyromaniacs, setting numerous things on fire—including the family wheat fields. Fearing total ruin of house and farm, the boys’ father one day left them at the city jail for an hour’s “stay” to impress upon them the dangers of their fascination with fire. But it was to no avail. They soon graduated to launching rockets, which resulted in more uncontrolled blazes and calls to the fire department. Over time, the Giguiere boys outgrew their fascination with the flame. But even today they look at the Matchbook brand with fond memories of the fires they once stoked.

Matchbook Wine Company is a family-owned winery tucked away in Northern California's gently rolling Dunnigan Hills. The Giguiere family immigrated to Yolo County from Quebec City in the 1850’s in search of open ag ground. John and Karl Giguiere are 5th generation farmers who know the region’s soil, climate and true potential of the land. This knowledge combined with their curiosity and drive to innovate defines their determination to constantly improve the viticulture and winemaking of the region.

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Matchbook Wine Company is a family-owned winery tucked away in Northern California's gently rolling Dunnigan Hills. Located just 30 minutes north of Sacramento and Davis, Matchbook is a local Yolo County destination for wine lovers looking to discover quality estate-grown varietals. Our 2,160 square-foot tasting room includes an open-space meeting area, a private meeting room, a wine bar constructed with repurposed wood from a local barn, and a 400 square-foot patio overlooking Matchbook's estate vineyards and the coastal mountain range spanning the western horizon. Surrounded by over 1,200 acres of scenic vineyards, Matchbook Wine Company's tasting room is a fantastic setting for intimate meetings, ceremonies, and get-togethers.
Our Daily
Hours
Summer Sunset
Hours
11:00 am - 4:30 pm
11:00 am - 8:30 pm
Open Labor day
Monday, Sept. 2nd
Friday & Saturday
Now through Saturday,
Sept. 28th
PO Box 493
12300 County Road 92B
Zamora, CA 95698
530.662.1032 ext.215
info@matchbookwines.com
Saturday, September 21st - 5:00 pm
Masa Guisería – Authentic Mexico City Style Tacos
We're staying open LATE this summer! Enjoy our NEW summer hours, paired with tacos + wine. Join us for Matchbook wines and Masa Guisería - a traveling taqueria that blends traditional homestyle stews with Mexico City street style braises. *with vegan and gluten-free options
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Friday, September 27th - 5:00 pm
End of Summer Bash! with Cousins Maine Lobster & Bottom Dwellers Band
So long sweet summer! Join us as we say goodbye to summer and welcome fall, harvest and all the the good things that come with it! Fan-favorite, Cousins Maine Lobster will be rolling up to the winery with TWO trucks for you to enjoy. We're also excited to welcome Bottom Dwellers Band to the stage  playing original songs ranging from gritty country to sweet folk ballads. You don't want to miss this!  
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Sat 21

Masa Guisería – Authentic Mexico City Style Tacos

September 21 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Fri 27

End of Summer Bash! with Cousins Maine Lobster & Bottom Dwellers Band

September 27 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sat 26

Matchbook Tasting Room’s 5th Birthday!

October 26 @ 11:00 am - 7:30 pm
Sun 01

Cousins Maine Lobster & Matchbook Wines

December 1 @ 11:00 am - 4:30 pm
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Matchbook Wine Company

  • PO Box 493
  • 12300 County Road 92B
  • Zamora, CA 95698
  • Phone: 530.662.1032 | Fax: 916.313.0695
  • Tasting Room: 530.662.1032 ext. 215

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  • Tasting room hours:
    • Open daily, 11:00am - 4:30pm
  • Summer Sunset hours:
    • Friday & Saturday
      Now through Saturday, Sept. 28th,
      11:00am – 8:30pm

Visit our tasting room and discover the beautiful Dunnigan Hills in Yolo County.