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.