Escala Humana - German Massera

  • Val de Uco, Mendoza, Argentina

Escala Humana Wine was started in 2015 by husband and wife team Ayelén and German Massera. German began making wine since 2003 while studying Enology and Viticulture in Mendoza and he has worked with Matias Michelini since 2016. German became interested in the history of the Uco Valley and it’s forgotten places and varietals. While the majority of the oldest vines are in Lujan and Maipu, there are a small handful of 4th and 5th generation producers in the Uco Valley who brought vines from Europe. Aye and German fell in love with two of these small vineyards where they grow Malvasia, Bequignol (a light bodied red varietal from Southwest France), Sangiovese and a few other varietals. These vineyards are located in El Zampal, a sub region of Tupungato in the Uco Valley where the soils are comprised of clay, loam and sand. Aye and German make these wines in the town of Tupungato at Matias Michelini’s Passionate Winery. The grapes are sustainably farmed and the wines are fermented naturally and made with minimal intervention. We love these fresh, light bodied wines and we are proud to import these almost forgotten varietals that are windows in to Argentina’s wine history. - From Brazos website

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Escala Humana - German Massera Livverá Malvasia
100% Malvasia from 90 year-old vines from El Zampal, in Tupungato. Grapes are destemmed and the wine is made in concrete, with skin contact... Read More Argentina

Escala Humana - German Massera Livverá Bequignol
100% Bequignol (a grape originally from Bordeaux). The grapes are foot stomped and then macerated and fermented in concrete for 30 days. Argentina