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Two glamorous days in Venice accompanied by quality wine to celebrate cinema in all its forms.
Famiglia Pasqua Amarone wines recognised by Wine Spectator and IWC Amarone Mai Dire Mai wins Italy revelation at Concours Mondial de Bruxelles.
At Vinitaly the historic Veronese company introduces a new project destined to leave its mark.
A great protagonist of her time inspires a team of women who, with their own passion, tell the world of Italian wine, especially that from Valpolicella.
A collection of about twenty scores above 90/100 for the iconic Pasqua wine labels
Protagonists of the event will be the Veronese wines most critically acclaimed in Italy and abroad, especially the Amarone.
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.
Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine is leader on Instagram among the sector players with 42.7 thousand followers. The Veneto winery has achieved, through social media platforms, a profiled audience consisting mainly of young adults (32% are between 25 and 34 years old, 27% between 35 and 44 years old), who enjoy the Italian lifestyle and the ability of Pasqua wines to combine tradition and innovation.
Presented in Milan, the research commissioned by Pasqua to Wine Monitor – Nomisma.
The red wines are seeing growth in China and the USA for quantity and value. Texas, the second richest state after California, has large potential for the Amarone della Valpolicella.
Many prestigious prizes awarded to wines from the Famiglia Pasqua in recent months.
Among them, the Amarone Famiglia Pasqua 2013 stands out with TRE BICCHIERI awarded by Gambero Rosso and 91 points by Robert Parker.
Millennials, informed, digital, mobile, are ambassadors of new social developments.
The gender gap in the style of wine consumption is disappearing
Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine welcomed in its cellar more than 150 guests from 20 different countries to present, during the gala dinner, its new rosé wine 11 MINUTES in preview at Vinitaly.
Umberto Pasqua, President of Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine and CEO Riccardo Pasqua presented today, at a press conference in Milan, just-completed survey results, on trends that characterize wine consumption among Millennials, or those born between the 1980s and early 2000s that today number nearly 2 billion in the world, and represent, therefore, the most populous generation.
Anteprima Amarone is chief event for the Veronese denomination and counts Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine among its key exhibitors. For the occasion of the 14th anniversary of the event, Pasqua will officially present to the press, those working in the sector and connoisseurs, the 2013 vintage, not yet commercially available, of the Amarone Famiglia Pasqua and Cecilia Beretta Riserva Terre di Cariano as well as Villa Borghetti which has been commercially available for a short time.
The nearly century-long wine-making story of Famiglia Pasqua, with deep roots and vineyards in the Verona area and with its products available in more than 50 markets and the Italian culinary tradition represented by Giovanni Rana, from Verona and European leader in this sector, also come together in New York where it is now possible to enjoy Prosecco Famiglia Pasqua Romeo & Juliet.
Amarone della Valpolicella DOC Riserva “Famiglia Pasqua” 2006 by Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine, historic Veronese producer of high quality wines, obtained two awards in the prestigious International Wine Challenge 2016. On May 16 in London the official winners of medals were announced after the conclusion of the first and second blind tastings held respectively in November and April.
Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine presents for the occasion of the 50th edition of Vinitaly, during a gala dinner with guests from over 20 countries around the world, the “MAI DIRE MAI” (NEVER SAY NEVER) line composed of a Valpolicella Superiore 2012 and an Amarone 2010, two strong and extraordinary wines which are fruit of an innovative interpretation of a terroir with exceptional characteristics.
Amarone della Valpolicella Doc Riserva “Famiglia Pasqua” 2006 by Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine, historic Veronese producer of high quality wines, obtained a score of 91/100 points by the 5 Star Wines International Award launched by Vinitaly. This is a wine with a great structure and character produced in a limited edition of 1925 numbered bottles to celebrate the 90th year of history of the company occurring in 2015.
Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine, represented by President Umberto Pasqua was recognised for its continuous presence at Vinitaly in a ceremony celebrating 50 years of the trade fair in the presence of the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Maurizio Martina and the President of Veronafiere, Maurizio Danese.