Masi Agricola is a wine producer in Veneto, northern Italy. It is famous for its Valpolicella wines – and, in particular, for its Amarone wines – although it draws on a range of native and international grape varieties, from Corvina and Pinot Grigio to Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
The estate is owned by the Boscaini family, who named it for the Vaio de Masi valley that was a part of the original purchase. Now, Masi owns vineyards throughout the region, including in the Bardolino Classico and Soave Classico DOC zones as well as in Valpolicella. Since the 1950s, Masi have had several “cru” vineyards, which make single-vineyard Amarone wines. This kind of classification, used widely in France, has become popular in Italy in recent years – Barolo wines are also often labeled in this way.