Az. Agr. Masut da Rive

Via Manzoni, 82, 34070 Mariano del Friuli (GO)
Telephone +39 0481 69200
Fax +39 0481 697414

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Friuli Venezia-Giulia

Our products

Product category: Friuli Venezia-Giulia

White Label Maurus Chardonnay

“smoked and roasted notes are developed in the bouquet, as well as hazelnuts, almonds, cashew nuts, but also vanilla and cinnamon … with spicy flavours there are some pleasant recalls of fruit”

  • Production zone: DOC Isonzo del Friuli
  • Winemaking: The grapes are whole-cluster pressed and allowed to settle at 10 / 12 °C
  • Ageing: The alcoholic fermentation begins in stainless steel tanks and continues in new 300 l. oak barrels. The wine ages on the lees for 8/12 months with frequent bâtonnages, and is then bottled and released on the market.
  • Colour: Straw yellow with golden highlights.
  • Bouquet: Charming smell with smoky and crusty notes. Hazelnuts, almonds and cashew, but also vanilla and cinnamon enrich a bouquet which is typical of the origin area.
  • Taste: Fine balance between freshness and smoothness with a long elegant aromatic persistence. Subtle hints of vanilla and spices elevate the flavours of the wine. The round mouthfeel is balanced by fresh and sapid notes.
  • Pairing suggestions: Spring herb risotto.
  • Alcohol: 13.50% by vol.
  • Serving temperature: 10 / 12 °C

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Product category: Friuli Venezia-Giulia

White Label Sassirossi

“grassy and flowery notes and red berries of the undergrowth, and scents of currants and blueberries and a hint of liquorice… dry and full bodied, the palate appreciates the tannic structure”

  • Production zone: DOC Isonzo del Friuli
  • Grapes: Cabernet and Merlot
  • Winemaking: Hand selected and picked the grapes are destemmed and softly crushed, and undergo long maceration with the skins and frequent pump-overs.
  • Ageing: After the wine is racked off it ages in French barriques for twelve months.
  • Colour: Deep ruby with purple tint.
  • Bouquet: Lightly herbaceous smell with notes of flowers and red fruits. Evident hints of cranberry, blackcurrant and notes of licorice.
  • Taste: On the palate it has a tannic structure, dry and bodied. The flavour is full of character and reflexes the typology of the soil from which its name comes.
  • Pairing suggestions: This wine goes well with the whole meal: from hearty first course dishes to fish, red meat, lamb, games and mildly aged cheeses.
  • Alcohol: 13.00% by vol.
  • Serving temperature: 1 6 / 18 °C

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Product category: Friuli Venezia-Giulia

Black Label Maurus Pinot Nero

“fruit in spirits, dried flowers, notes of undergrowth and an ethereal background that recalls china and enamel, wrapped in wood and spices… pleasantly fresh, with a begining of toasted wood”

  • Production zone: DOC Isonzo del Friuli
  • Winemaking: The grapes are destemmed, gently pressed and set to macerate in 10/15 hl. tanks in order to have fermentation take place at lower temperatures and better preserve the organoleptic qualities of the grapes.
  • Ageing: After the wine is racked off it undergoes malolactic fermentation in new 300 l oak barrels ageing for 12/18 months, depending on the vintage. It then ages in the bottle for another 12 months.
  • Colour: Deep ruby red.
  • Bouquet: Intense and fine. It expresses the terroir. Rich and complicated scents of fruits in liqueur, dried flowers and notes of undergrowth. Aftertaste reminiscent of cinchona and enamel with spicy and wooden notes
  • Taste: An initial recall of toasted wood leaves an aftertaste of red fruits jam. Full and persistent taste with a pleasant freshness.
  • Pairing suggestions: Pinot Nero Maurus compliments hearty red meat and game based dishes as well as savoury mature cheeses.
  • Alcohol: 13.50% by vol.
  • Serving temperature: 16 / 18 °C

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About us

Company details

The quest for quality starts in the vineyards…

Respect for the natural cycle of the grapevine is the guiding principle that drives our work amongst the rows and our careful observation of the grape suggest the right moment of the perfect balance between ripening and yield. The harvest by hand is then the crowning of the know-how of the winemaker who deeply care for the exaltation of the grape variety and the pure expression of the terroir.

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