Masusta comes from a 60-year-old vineyard in the area of Carcar (high bank of Navarra) whose landscape captivated its winemaker Luis Moya. After working several years in a cooperative in the area, Luis decides to make his first wine alone from the grapes of this vineyard that he grows. Masusta, dwells in Basque, takes its name from the huge bramble that is in the middle of the vineyard. In this way both the name and the wine are a faithful reflection of the vineyard they come from.
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red|
|Subtle / Delicate / Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Cherries / Raspberry / Floral scents / Violets / Undergrowth notes / Resin|
|Fine / Elegant / Fresh / Subtle / Red fruit / Balanced / Refined|
Drinking and storing
Ratings and awards
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker
una garnacha sofisticada y chic
Garnacha compleja, fresca y delicada, decididamente no es un vino mainstream.