- 7 Days -
Tasting Room Open for Sales and Wine Club Pick-ups
11 am - 4 pm
Since 1990, Chatom Winery has been producing, pouring and sharing delicious Chatom Wines. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and picnic areas, you’ll be sure to enjoy our wines while exploring our gorgeous grounds.
With a brand new tasting room and gorgeous Mediterranean grounds and gardens, Chatom Winery is now operated by the successful Hatcher brothers of Hatcher Winery. Matt and Sewell are thrilled to continue the Chatom Legacy, and look forward to growing and expanding on its strong foundation. Chatom Winery is now home to both Chatom and School Street Wines, continuing to produce the very best wines in Calaveras County.
Our winemaker, Scott Hancock, will continue making the delicious, award-winning wines that Chatom is well known for.
Matt Hatcher, owner and wine maker for Hatcher Winery, decided to expand his winery into two labels. School Street was born out of the love and dedication one extraordinary teacher has shown not only to her school, but also to her local community. School Street wines are a tribute to Ms. Jennifer Berry, a teacher at Michelson School in Murphys, California.
Throughout the years, Jennifer Berry has been providing encouragement, inspiration, and guidance to the children in our education system. With her words of wisdom, persistent training and rigid discipline, she has been instrumental in steering children in the “right” direction within the school and within the community. We have found guidance, friendship, discipline and love from Ms. Berry; and for that, we at School Street would like to thank her.
Matt is very enthusiastic about this new opportunity! We have now released several wines in our School Street family which you can find in local resellers, restaurants and in our tasting room, of course! There is tremendous energy behind School Street, not only because it is made with the same talent and care as the Hatcher brand, but because of the inspiration behind it.
“What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains immortal.” –Albert Pike