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The world, slowly, will emerge from the pandemic, things will restart, and the great Italian wine will be among the material and symbolic protagonists of the desire to return to the life we ​​knew before Covid. Many are convinced of this, and it can also be seen from the investments in the sector. Like that of Red Circle Investments, the investment company of Renzo Rosso, owner of Diesel (and of the Diesel Farm winery, on the Vicentini Hills), which still grows in Masi Agricola, one of the most important names in Valpolicella and Italian wine, and now to 7.5% of the capital (after joining it with a 5% stake in May 2020, ed), becoming the fourth largest shareholder after the Boscaini family, which firmly holds the company, with Sandro Boscaini (president Masi Agricola), Bruno Boscaini and Mario Boscaini who each hold 24.5% of the shares of one of the very few Italian wineries listed on the Stock Exchange, on the Aim list.
The Masi Group, explains a note, in 2020 had a turnover of 52 million euros, with an export share of 78% (in 140 countries around the world) and with an Ebitda (gross operating margin) of 11%.
And it is also one of the three Italian wineries (together with Easter and Feudi di San Gregorio) chosen by Cassa Depositi e Prestiti and Unicredit to inaugurate the “Basket Bond of the chain”, a program worth 200 million euros in total, and which saw Cdp and Unicredit to subscribe a total of 21 million euro of fixed-rate minibonds with a duration of 7 years, issued by individual wineries, including Masi.


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