Masi Agricola

Viticulture with tradition

Masi Agricola is not just a winery, but the story of an entire family. At the end of the 18th century, the Boscaini family bought this vineyard in the Valpolicella region of northeastern Veneto – and still run the estate themselves, a good 200 years later. The stately estate is located in the rolling hills surrounding the picturesque city of Verona. Traditional Veneto wines are at the heart of production: local grapes Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara and Garganega are used to make the storied red wines Amarone or Recioto.

The pressing of these wines is a challenge that only succeeds with a great deal of knowledge and respect for ancient traditions. Despite its long history, the Masi winery has by no means stood still in time: With an experimental vineyard and a test winery, the Boscaini family provides research facilities to scientists, working particularly closely with the University of Milan.

Flaschenpost recommends: Try the Flaschenpost top wine Campofiorin Rosso del Veronese IGT. This red wine is extremely popular with our customers, as it perfectly accompanies Italian dishes such as pasta, pizza or risotto, and as a true all-rounder it fits into any round.

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