-HOUSE OF THE UNCONVENTIONAL IS THE EMBODIMENT OF A BOLD SPIRIT THAT DISPLAYS A KEENNESS FOR INNOVATION AND CURIOSITY ABOUT THE WORLD. THESE QUALITIES INSPIRE OUR PHILOSOPHY, VISION AND DAILY ACTIONS.
Our wines are an ensemble of time, composed of yesterday, today and tomorrow. Each bottle holds our history, that knowledge passed down from generation to generation, combined with a glance towards the future, conveyed in our commitment to produce wines intended to withstand time, expressing themselves to the full, maturing and evolving.
We believe that creativity contains the seed of urgency that needs to be cultivated with love and care, just like the land. We believe that history can be a springboard to the future. We believe it possible to preserve and innovate at the same time.
A desire to explore and the pull towards the future, combined with passion for our land, regard for our 100 year old history and the know-how passed down from our ancestors, guide our projects from vineyard to winery.
The wines that we produce are fruit of our land’s generosity and man’s talent.
For this reason we consider all forms of creative expression, like art, a source of inspiration and area for research that looked at from a new perspective, is translated into our projects.
ART AS INSPIRATION
Pasqua Wines believes in Art and in its creative, universal language.
For a long time it has collaborated with worldwide artists, building relationships grounded in the shared belief that innovation is born from a profound, appreciative knowledge of history and tradition.
Exactly like the process of each of its wine projects.
Born in London in 1978, Giuseppe has distinguished himself in Italy and abroad thanks to his unconventional artwork. He has developed an original animation and pictorial metamorphosis technique over the years. He has taken part in important Italian and international performances thanks to his video-scenes and pictorial projections.
Pasqua Wines has been long engaged in employing sustainable business strategies towards a territory we’re intimately tied to. This goes from the absolutely optimised energy consumption to the temperature regulating structures, from minimizing packaging waste to maintaining all major quality certifications like ISO – BRC – IFS – Biological. Last but not least, we worked to achieve conformity to the SOPD standard by Equalitas.
Sustainability is a complex and urgent issue that calls for commitment, investment and forward planning.
In this series of podcasts created in collaboration with WIRED comprising a number of interviews our aim is to tackle the topic from various points of view through the experience and voices of key players who hold various roles in the community.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, autonomous mobility, personalized medicine, travel to Mars. These are some of the cornerstones that the present uses to build the future. Talking about technology today also means talking about sustainable development. What does this mean? What tools do we need to bring us closer to a sustainable world? We talk to Cristina Pozzi ,Coo & Head of Contents at Treccani Futura.
Is it possible to envisage sustainable automatization processes? Marco Bentivogli, ex Secretary General of Fim Cisl and today National Coordinator for Base, explains how the transition towards sustainability needs to see a change in narrative and everyone is required to make lifestyle changes.
Business and sustainability. Can we really envisage a future without considering sustainability? Today every business must ask itself how its business can contribute to improving our future. Commitment to sustainability is now also an essential factor in the world of finance.Gianluca Dettori, Chairman & Partner of Primo Venture talks to us on the issue
Is it possible that fashion, that by definition is fleeting, could ever in fact be sustainable? Today we ask Livia Firth, Founder of the Green Carpet Challenge as well as Co-Founder and Creative Director of Eco-Age, an integrated consultancy company and world leader in sustainability.