Wine Masi, "Osar", Veronese IGT, 2001
The wine is dark ruby color.
Ripe, fruity wine has a bright tannic structure and a long finish.
The aroma of wine contains deep fruity notes and hints of chocolate.
Wine is served with meat, game, cheese.
Wine "Osar" made from fairly rare and, besides, a very ancient grape variety Oseleta (Oseleta), revived again and re-planted in the vineyard management. Because of the low yield, it is used very rarely, but the extraordinary concentration, color, tannins allow the creation of a wine in a modern style, with an unusual structure and the amazing complexity - there is simply no analogues. After fermentation, the wine is aged for two years in new French oak barrels from Allier, a field which has for six months - in bottles in the cellar of the winery. Excellent storage capacity will allow the blame for about 20 years to reveal new facets of his taste.
Masi family winery located in the region of Veneto Valpolicella in the east, is a dynamic and innovative company. The name of the winery takes its name from the first vineyard "Vaio dei Masi" - "Little Valley Ointments" acquired Boskaini family in 1772. Repurchase of new sites in the classic areas - Bardolino, Valpolicella and Soave, the company gradually increases the volume of wine production, improving its quality. In the production of modern high-quality wines at the winery Masi uses only local grapes. The winery uses the traditional approach in the manufacture of wines, based on a combination of respect for the terroir and the latest technology. Wines are produced by conventional methods with the use of technology "appassimento" and double fermentation.
The total area of vineyards Masi is 160 ha 17 vineyards located in the classic Valpolicella zone and 8 vineyards in Bardolino and Soave. Ointments parallel cooperating with family Serego Alighieri - Dante's descendants, who possess vineyards in Garganyago with 1353, with the Argentine company Masi Tupungato and the count's family Bossi Fedrigotti, family vineyards which are located on the banks of the Adige River.