Unique, incomparable Veneto
Now owned by Umberto, Riccardo and Alessandro Pasqua, Cecilia Beretta was founded in the early ‘80s with the avowed aim of producing wines of high quality with a strong personality. The name Cecilia Beretta comes from the villa built by Count Giuseppe Beretta in the seventh century in Mizzole. He was mayor of the City of Verona, an agronomist and rural poet. Under the technical management of Carlo Olivari it produces outstanding wines that reflect the tradition of the Valpolicella and Soave regions. They are high-quality products of a unique culture and a rich history: The relationship between man and nature is accentuated by the rediscovery of old varieties such as Corvina. With the prominent support of Graziana Grassini, the successor to the great Giacomo Tachi, the legendary wines of Cecilia Beretta have been reinterpreted to form a new style in recent years and are unique representatives of their origins.