The name Pasqua stands for wines, vineyards, deep relationship with the land.Founded in 1925 in Verona, Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine was born of the Family’s love for Valpolicella. Three generations of people with a Veronese heart and an international soul, sharing the same great passion: viticulture and the production of unique wines, first in Veneto and then also in the Italian regions of the most renowned DOC.
A wine whose name reveals the path of experimentation by the winery and that is also a declaration of intent towards the top names of the international winemaking tradition. Hey French: You Could Have Made This But You Didn’t.
An exquisite label designed by the young Veneto artist Giorgia Fincato, who has wrapped the bottle in a continuous line across multiple perspective planes. Using a special serigraphic process, the design becomes material and is transfigured into a labyrinth.
The wine dedicated to Verona and to the most romantic love story ever, Romeo & Juliet. A unique label, shot by the photographer Giò Martorana, shows the messages left by lovers in the yard of Juliet’s house.
Two unique wines which combine the near century of experience of the Pasqua family and the exceptional characteristics of the Montevegro vineyard, facing the Val d’Illasi. An iconic line characterised by elegance, complexity and uniqueness in taste, created to be appreciated worldwide.
A collection of about twenty scores above 90/100 for the iconic Pasqua wine labels.
On the pages of the well-known magazine Wired and on its wine labels, the Verona winery is recognising 33 female figures who, like Cecilia Beretta, embody a contemporary vision of women