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Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine is a historic company producing quality Veneto and Italian wines, one of the leaders in the Italian and foreign market. A family passion. Almost a century of history. The history of Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine began in 1925 when the first generation of the Pasqua brothers arrived in Verona with the aim of founding a company dedicated to the sale of wines from their homeland, Puglia. The sale of the wines leads to the foundation of a real cellar. In a few years the company established itself on the Italian wine scene with the acquisition of new vineyards in the Verona area. In the 1960s the second generation entered the company, which brought an opening towards exports and an orientation towards quality. The birth in the 1980s of Cecilia Beretta, an avant-garde farm and study center for research on vines, grafts and vineyards, is a symbol of the continuous search for excellence. In the mid-2000s, the company made a substantial investment, which demonstrates its roots in its territory, with a new winery and production plants in San Felice, in the heart of its vineyards. With the entry into the company of the third generation, composed of Riccardo and Alessandro, the push towards foreign markets has further strengthened, culminating in 2009 with the creation of Easter USA LLC in New York. In 2017 Easter acquired its Chinese importer, founding Easter Asia Ltd based in Dalian. Currently the company is present in 65 markets worldwide.”

Winemaker Profile

Riccardo Pasqua is global CEO of Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine, also known as Pasqua Winery, based in Verona, Italy. Riccardo joined the winery in 2007, serving in various sales, marketing and product development roles before becoming global CEO in 2016. Under his direction, Pasqua Winery is modernizing its image and the reputation of Italian wines globally, emphasizing new wine brands like Pasqua Passimento, and burnishing the Pasqua legacy as a pioneer in world-class Amarone and other luxury vintages.