Sarmede, the fairy-tale town which hosts the famous International Exhibition of Illustrations for Children every year, is a collection of sprawling hamlets and stone houses lying on the slopes of the Cansiglio forest, to the north of Conegliano, and nestled between the hills and the Prealps.
This area, with its meadows, woodland and vineyards, has always been home to the Da Ros family and it is here, on the family’s land, that Andrea and Daniele Da Ros decided to set up their winemaking and vine-growing business “Masot – Fiabe di vino” in 2009, investing everything their grandfather Arturo had taught them and everything they had learnt at the prestigious “Cerletti” school of oenology in Conegliano.
Andrea and Daniele decided to honour the bond with the family tradition by choosing an emblematic and symbolic name for their business: “masot”, which means “small landowner”. This was actually the nickname used for many years for the Da Ros family, whose cornerstones are their love for the land and their respect for its pace of life.
“we are proud to be a family-run business which honours the traditions of the past and looks to the future with courage: a future of passion, fairy tales, flavours and aromas”
Tales of wine
Now imagine the wine that comes from this fairy-tale land: a rich, imaginative and sociable wine that always has a happy ending. A wine enriched with scents, fragrances and lingering aromas.
This is not your imagination but our wines, each with a different story to tell, taste and, most important of all, share.