Our home is Mendocino County. It’s gorgeous here. It’s also rugged, unrelenting, and remote. Just the way we like it.

No one thought this spot could produce world-class Pinot Noir, but through trial and error and an appreciation for the land, we’ve proved them wrong. The distinct qualities of our soil, our landscape, and our unique approach to winemaking give us a truly original product.

About Masút

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We’re Farmers Who Make Wine

Mendocino is Our Home.

Our winery sits atop the ridge in the shadows of Eagle Peak, with views of Mendocino’s coastal range. Converted from a simple redwood barn into a small-lot production facility, we have customized our winery for the production of Pinot Noir.

We love working where we live, and we’re proud to have a product and an environment that are truly our own.​

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Our Wines

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Small Batch Pinot Noir

Taste Our Life’s Work.

Our focus is on making one thing, and we make it with our own hands-Pinot Noir.

Our process relies more on taste than on traditional lab analysis, and every barrel receives the extra attention it deserves.

We make the wine the way we like it - a more rich, opulent style of Pinot Noir.

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Wine Spectator - Reviving a family legacy

The Fetzer brothers honor their heritage growing Pinot in Eagle Peak

Rising to 2,699 feet, the Eagle Peak appellation stretches across more than 26,000 acres of remote terrain in northern Mendocino County. It's home to a single winery, Masút, which is Pomo Indian for "dark, rich earth." Jake and Ben Fetzer founded the winery as a tribute to their father, who first planted the region to Pinot Noir.

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