Brand DescriptionFounders Ben and Jake Fetzer launched Masut Vineyard & Winery with a focus to produce estate Pinot Noir. The brothers are the grandsons of Barney Fetzer, who built Fetzer Vineyards with his family. In the early 1990s, their father, Robert Fetzer, was eager to begin a new chapter. He purchased a 1,200-acre property, which he named Masut, a Native American word meaning "dark, rich earth." They began to plant Pinot Noir in this untapped mountainous area. Their efforts eventually established the Eagle Peak appellation in Mendocino County, where they are the sole winery. The vineyard (35 acres of Pinot Noir and 1 acre of Chardonnay) straddles the western mountains at the headwaters of the Russian River.
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