How well do you know Pasqua Wines ?

The world of wine is vibrant, constantly changing and ever so interesting. Everyday wine enthusiasts can learn & share their new experiences with good food & friends. So the following ‘Wine Quiz’ is a little bit of fun and learning for all - and for those a little more competitive a personal test of your wine knowledge.

● So you think you know Pasqua Wines?
● Or - You think you know the different styles of Pasqua wines?

Take this short Famiglia Pasqua Quiz & find out.

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The Pasqua Family originate from the region of Puglia in the south of Italy, but they founded their wine business in the northern wine region of Veneto, near the city of Verona in which year…?

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Located in San Felice, a few minutes north of the city of Verona - the Pasqua Family built a new company headquarters & winery in the heart of the family vineyard - which year did this happen?

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In 2014 the 3rd generation started to run the company, taking on key roles in all aspects of the family business - which of the following family members is the head winemaker?

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Which of the following statements is correct about the Pasqua <‘11 Minutes’ Rosé still wine?

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Which of the following traditional indigenous red wine grapes is used to make their highly acclaimed Pasqua ‘Amarone delle Valpolicella’ red wine?

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Along with their acclaimed red wines - Pasqua produce a number is vibrant white wines. One in particular ideal with seafood & light vegetarian cuisine is their crisp Soave DOCG wine - which of the following indigenous grapes is the primary base for Soave?

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Pasqua have a dynamic new wine project called - translated meaning ‘Never Say Never’ - born out of their desire to showcase the exceptional terroir of the Montevegro vineyard located between Val d’Illasi and Val di Mezzane - what is the wines name in Italian?

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Pasqua is well renowned for the quality of their ‘Amarone’ wines - with the ‘wine style’ achieving official DOC approval in 1968 - in which year did ‘Amarone' wines achieve DOCG status?

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When ideal conditions produce quality fruit selected to become an ‘Amarone’ DOCG style red wine - which of the following statements is correct when making a Pasqua ‘Amarone’ DOCG wine?

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Pasqua Valpolicella wines are crafted from grapes grown in the Valpantena Valley of Veneto, just a short drive north of Verona. The local Veronese adopted the meaning of Valpantena as ‘Valley of Wines’ - but what did the Greeks know the area as?

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The vibrant and diverse collection of hand-crafted Pasqua wines are exported and sold in 61 markets around the globe - in 2018 approximately how many bottles of Pasqua wine were sold?

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The Pasqua Family craft a number of quality ‘Amarone’ wines from their different vineyards and wine brands. Which of the following wines have recently won a gold medal?

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