Veneto is one of the most suitable regions in all Italy, wine-wise. A variegated and multifaceted exciting territory, with emerging producers alongside historical and prestigious names. Among the latter you find Masi winery, a family business for seven generations that has belonged to the Boscaini family since the end of the 18th century, but which above all represents today one of the most important and reliable Italian wine brands in the world. Counting on extensive vineyards in both Italy and Argentina, where the Tupungato line gives voice to the terroir of Mendoza, the heart of the company, with the winery and the business center, remains firmly rooted in Valpolicella. Currently managed by a well-coordinated technical group gathered in a Board of Directors chaired by Sandro Boscaini, the company, linked to the millenary Venetian civilization, has its roots in a historical heritage consisting of exceptional terroirs and great native grapes. Furthermore, combining the most ancient traditions with the most modern technology, Masi winery is constantly active in the field of research and experimentation, to the point that it has contributed to rewriting the history of “appassimento” (the process of wilting grapes) for the production of Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG, symbol of the territory, as well as being a forerunner in the recovery and use of ancient Veronese vines that had almost disappeared, such as oseleta. And it’s precisely from the native grapes of these territories, processed according to traditional winemaking techniques, that unique, majestic and world-famous wines are born, such as the Amarone, of which Masi produces one of the most qualified and wide ranges to be found on the international market, with the “Mazzano” and the “Costasera” Riserva, always at the top.