Gambero Rosso

Vini d’Italia

REVIEW 2017
Remarkable result for Erbaluce Caluso Macaria ’14, rich in white fruits and particularly dense to the mouth. It plays more on the subject than on finesse the pleasant and rich Anima ’15. The sparkling wine grows as well, thanks to Masilé solid taste balance.
Gambero Rosso 2017 grades:
2 glasses – Erbaluce di Caluso D.O.C.G. Anima 2015
2 glasses – Erbaluce di Caluso D.O.C.G. Macaria 2014
2 glasses – Erbaluce di Caluso Spumante D.O.C.G. Masilé 2013
1 glass – Canavese Barbera D.O.C. Monte Gerbido 2014

REVIEW 2016
The owners have never hidden: the spark that gave birth to the Masera was the passion for Caluso Passito. But this year the wine that has most impressed us was the Canavese Nebbiolo 2012, full of fruity aromas and refined in the tannic development.
Gambero Rosso 2016 grades:
2 glasses – Canavese Nebbiolo D.O.C. 2012
2 glasses – Canavese Rosato Spumante D.O.C. Bolle 2011
1 glass – Erbaluce di Caluso D.O.C.G. Anima 2014
1 glass – Erbaluce di Caluso Passito D.O.C.G. Venanzia 2010

REVIEW 2015
6 friends in Settimo Rottaro, proud of their origins and traditions linked to the Erbaluce Passito production, gave birth to La Masera in 2005. In effect, the Caluso Passito, glyceric to taste and complex to sense, confirms to be their best wine, followed by the typical Anima 2013.
Gambero Rosso 2015 grades:
2 glasses – Erbaluce di Caluso D.O.C.G. Anima 2013
2 glasses – Erbaluce di Caluso Passito D.O.C. Venanzia 2009
1 glass – Erbaluce di Caluso D.O.C.G. Macaria 2012
1 glass – Erbaluce di Caluso Spumante D.O.C.G. Masilé 2011