Giuseppe Quintarelli, known to most as Bepi, or "Maestro del Veneto" was a Valpolicella pioneer who created and helped define the rich, elegant style of modern Amarone. His small, well-hidden winery in the village of Negrar, is one of the most legendary wineries in Veneto and sits on same land where the family has lived since 1924. A perfectionist, Giuseppe crafted some of the world’s finest wines and since his death in 2012, his daughter Fiorenza, her husband Giampaolo and their sons carry on his important legacy and continue to make wines with an uncompromising attention to detail.