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Virtual Winery tour

This virtual tour of the winery is a digital journey to uncover the most exclusive corners of the Pasqua estates. Online and from the comfort of your own home explore the winery and the art installations that adorn it. Discover where our prestigious wines are generated and allow yourself to be guided by the fantastic stories told by our Wine Educator, Filippo Bartolotta who we have chosen to accompany you on your visit.

 

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The Labyrinth

 

The Labyrinth is a permanent art installation created in 2018 to celebrate the limited edition of one of the wines that is most appreciated by international wine critics: Amarone Famiglia Pasqua. Designed by Giorgia Fincato, a young and eclectic artist from Italy’s Veneto region, the labyrinth is a metaphor for life, history, and the world. It represents the complexity and impossibility of grasping all this in its entirety. Once inside the labyrinth, intelligence is required to identify the best route to take and avoid making the same mistake twice. This said, instinct needs to be used as well. In the same way as in life, you chose a route, you try and try again until you reach your objective. This reflects the history of our winery which strives for excellence searching for it everyday in the daily routine of our projects.

 

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The Barrel Room

 

The winery is testament to the establishment of the Pasqua family on the land carefully chosen by them. It is also testament to the attention given to the innovation of the company which is constantly focused on improving and perfecting cultivation and ageing techniques. Red wines are at the heart of Pasqua’s production, the majority of which are fine wines. These include Amarone and Ripasso, with a focus on wines obtained by a technique called ‘appassimento’ to produce wines such as Amarone della Valpolicella and Pasqua’s PassioneSentimento line of wines.

 

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