Reviving a Family Legacy

The Fetzer brothers honor their heritage growing Pinot in Eagle Peak
Sep 30, 2016

When winemaker Bobby Fetzer suddenly died in 2006, wine production at his family property came to a halt. A couple years later, his sons Jake and Ben Fetzer rekindled their father's vision and founded the Masút winery as a tribute to him. Wine Spectator's Augustus Weed's explains.

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