The Boscaini family has always had the tradition of keeping back bottles of Amarone from the best vintages in their own private cellars.

The practice began as a family habit in the nineteenth century when Paolo Boscaini liked to keep back wine from vintages which had a particular family significance, such as weddings and the births of children and grandchildren. It was Guido who really established the tradition in the next century, beginning in the 1920s, as he had a habit of keeping reserve quantities of the best vintages, also so as to compare vintages as they evolved with age.

The tradition continues today, and is the source of the most important and the finest collection of old Amarone wines: a tradition that the Boscaini family keeps alive with love and dedication.