The Wines of Brazil

Discover Brazilian wine through the experiences of 5 top wine writers

 


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Wannabe Wino

What's better than wine for breakfast? Not much, really. Except perhaps Brazilian wine for breakfast which was a new wine experience for me. Not the wine for breakfast part, the Brazilian part. I suppose I vaguely knew that wine is made in Brazil, similar to how I know wine is made in Kansas, but I’ve never seen any in the market. It appears that Brazil’s largest market is in Russia, with the US coming in 3rd, but a very distant third.  Overall, Merlot is the dominant red grape with about 60% of the red wine produced being Merlot.

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  • ...It appears that Brazil’s largest market is in Russia...
    No, it's not the case at all!.. I NEVER saw a bottle of Brazilian wine here, neither in my city of Nizhny Novgorod (over a million inhabitants), nor in Moscow. I don't know how this rumor gets spread, but this is, I guess, the second time I hear something like that. I would love to buy a bottle of Brazilian wine, but I have no chance - yet...

    Apr 28, 2013 at 1:30 PM


  • Snooth User: karla slc
    1283116 5

    I tried Brazilian wine And was great!

    May 04, 2013 at 7:59 PM


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