You have to be doing something right to be able to make wine for nearly 100 years. Enter Pasqua wine. So often we accomplish great feats in life and are OK resting on our laurels, maintaining the status quo. But that has never been the case with the Pasqua Family. The family has been making great wines since 1925 with Pasqua being a household name in Italy for about as long. Even back as early as the 1940s, the family prided itself on being innovative and setting the standard in the winemaking world when they invested in vineyards and a bottling plant to help secure the winery’s future.1.
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