Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine
The story of Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine starts in Verona, in 1925 when the Pasqua brothers establish a production activity of Veneto wines. The company quickly grows within the Italian wine sector; during the 1940s it starts investing in vineyards and, shortly after, deploys a technologically advanced bottling plant. The second generation – brothers Carlo, Giorgio and Umberto, still at the helm of the company today – brings about new ventures and the opening of foreign markets. Pasqua starts to export Italian wines and wine culture to Europe and to the world.
In the 1980s Cecilia Beretta is established: an agricultural estate and viticultural research centre now co-operating with the most important Italian universities on projects related to vines, grape varieties and grafting techniques. At the start of the 21st century, a brand-new winery is built at the heart of the family-owned vineyards: a resource fully oriented to the advancement and perfecting of cultivation and fining techniques. The winery stands out as a testimony to the deep bond connecting the company and the family with the Veneto territory.