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Brazilian Fish Stew

Brazil is going to become more important in the coming years, so you better start getting to know their cuisine, not to mention their wines.

Being a vast country with very diverse ethnic influence, it is no surprise that Brazilian food is sort of a misnomer. Like we would with wine regions, let’s work with the broadest definitions before drilling down to specific appellations and the like. Brazil has a long coastline, so seafood plays an important role in the diet.

Fish stew, or Moqueca, is a staple in Brazil and there are countless riffs on its main theme, though most include coconut milk. This version from Esprito Santo is light and fresh with plenty of flavor coming from peppers and tomatoes. This flavor combination makes it a surprisingly good partner for a light, fruity Schiava-based wine that gets a bit of extra punch from the inclusion of a bit of Lagrein.

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  • Snooth User: hmyles
    1017478 0

    According to the label, Cono Sur is a Chilean wine, not Argentinian - or have they branched out?

    Jan 13, 2012 at 3:08 PM


  • Snooth User: PIERREFLEG
    1048566 33

    Your are right, Chilean wine.

    May 11, 2012 at 3:50 PM


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