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The sponsors of the Superyacht Design Festival 2020

The sponsors of the Superyacht Design Festival 2020

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Event Partner: Masi

Masi is a leading producer of Amarone and has always been a passionate proponent of the values of the Venetian regions. Its history begins at the end of the 18th century when the Boscaini family bought prestigious vineyards in a small valley called “Vaio dei Masi” in the heart of the Valpolicella Classica area. For more than forty years it has had an ambitious project involving the recuperation of historic vineyards and wineries: working with Conti Serego Alighieri, descendants of Dante the poet and owners of the property in Valpolicella with the longest history and traditions; with Conti Bossi Fedrigotti, a prestigious producer from Trentino famous for its Fojaneghe, the first Italian Bordeaux-blend; and with Canevel, producers of fine quality sparkling wines in Valdobbiadene.

As well as this, Masi has organic vineyards at Poderi del Bello Ovile in Tuscany and Masi Tupungato in Argentina. It has acknowledged expertise in the use of the Appassimento method, used since the time of the Ancient Romans to concentrate colours, sugars, aromas and tannins in wine, and it is one of the most historic producers of Amarone. Masi’s president, Sandro Boscaini, comes from the sixth generation of the family that has done so much to make Amarone one of Italy’s iconic products. Today Masi makes five different Amarones, the biggest and most expert range to be found on the export market.


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