The second edition of Milano Wine Week, the Milanese wine event that aims to spread wine culture in an innovative and contemporary way, as fits the city, has recently closed. Again this year, Pasqua was Founding Supporter of the Milan event, opening the week with an event where guests were able to enjoy an immersive experience from the bunch of grapes to the tasting of our winery’s most iconic wines. During the evening, held in the courtyards of Palazzo Bovara, the Pasqua wines were accompanied by the menu signed by chef Chicco Cerea of Da Vittorio restaurant.
“At Milano Wine Week we showed our innovative vision to the world of wine and its story,” commented CEO Riccardo Pasqua. “We believe that the starting point is both quality and research, from which our wines with great personality are created. Wine is inherently an emotional experience. That is why we create installations use emotions to suggest the values that our wines interpret."
At the same time, Riccardo was one of the speakers on Tuesday 8 October at the Milan Wine Business Forum organized by Federico Gordini, which featured working groups involving experts in the fields of wine, finance, journalism. VIni Pasqua was also present on Sunday, 6 and Monday, 7 October at the eighth edition of Bottiglie Aperte, an event dedicated to trade operators, held at Superstudio Più in Via Tortona 27, Milan.
We were also present during Vendemmia, at the Falconeri boutique, an event organized by Montenapoleone District that combines the most important wineries of Italy with fashion and luxury. A real privilege to be there.
The week concluded with a tasting of the latest vintages from the winery at The Wine Hunter, a preview of Merano Wine Festival.
We strongly believe in the Milano Wine Week project and we hope it will grow more and more.