Brazilian Wine

The climatic diversity typical of a continental country and creativity of the Brazilian people, known for their ability to reinvent everything, have led the country to develop a completely original vitiviniculture. The European tradition, brought to Brazil by thousands of immigrants in the 19th Century, coupled with investments in innovation, also contributed to the construction of this unique character.

Each region developed their specialty, preparing labels with culture, typicity and their own features. In common, they show the freshness of a young industry, consisting of small producers (on average two hectares per family), who make light fruity wines with moderate alcohol content. This style, which has the real spirit of Brazil, has been discovered and increasingly admired around the world.

Brazil is currently the fifth largest producer of wine in the southern hemisphere and it is certainly one of the fastest growing markets in the world. There are over 1,100 wineries across the country, companies Read more »

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Popular wines made in Brazil under $20

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Varietals Produced in Brazil View all

  • Tannat

    History of the grape: Tannat has been growing in southwest France for many centuries. The grape has the distinction o...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Muscat Blanc À Petits Grains

    History of the grape: From Greece, Muscat was brought into Crimea in the Soviet Union where it was spread into what i...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

Subregions of Brazil

Popular Wineries in Brazil View all

  • Marco Luigi

    In one of the highest points is located Marco Luigi Winery, Where at arriving, you will admire a ...

  • Miolo

    Miolo's history starts back in 1897 when Giuseppe Miolo from Italian's (Veneto) Miolo Family a...

  • Casa Valduga

    One of the biggest Brazilian producers of fine wine. Lots of technology and proffessional efforts...

  • Vinhos Don Laurindo

    In 1887, coming from Zévio, a small village in the Verona province, northern Italy, Marcelino Bra...

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Brazil on Snooth

  • Haha,,Jen, aren't you a geologist?  ;)Welcome KBoss,I was in Brazil about 18 months ago and went to a wine shop (subterranean to help with temperature) and a lot of their stuff was Chilean.  It was really good.  I brought back four bottles to Canada. Still have a big red blend that was, in my friend's opinion, their best, and a Syrah that I thou... Read More

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  • Cachaça Leblon Cachaça Brazil


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    Wine review by puhnner

  • (2) So our other viewing of breaking bottles occurred in late February 2014, my ... tour of Chile, Argentina and Brazil.  The event was our personal wine tour of two wineries that we did on our first full day in Santiago, Chile.  We arrived a day early so this was an opportunity to do something on our own before the tour started.  We had a limo... Read More

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  • EMARK, my wife was born in Torrance.  It's such a small world, ... ... touring Chile, Argentina and Brazil.  &nbs Read More

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  • For me that's easy. Red wine. Okay, depending on how spicy that salsa ... When I was in Brazil (December 2013), my friend there said they drink far less red wine because of summer, but we certainly drank plenty, but at night.  I guess more importantly than location or food would be temperature.  Maybe I'd learn to enjoy whites Read More

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  • Napagirl, what I meant by that, is that it's safer to drink than ... Much like when I go to Brazil, I drink beer (which at home I NEVER do) because it's cheaper than water and no risk of dysentery!I think I'm going to learn Mandarin.  Read More

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  • Luca Ferraris Ruchè Il Firmato 2012


    Very interesting wine and difficult to describe. The flavor is a mix between jam and a Belgian ale. There is prominent alcohol with a nose of ripe red fruit. Worth a try. Read More

    Wine review by pboss

  • I'd love to hear about people's receipt of great wine gifts!I got a ... malbec from Argentina (via Brazil), unavailable in North America.  I wish I could share with you all!Be safe!Darr Read More

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  • Ah, thanks EMark...I guess it's not so much that you wouldn't know of ... is from Argentina, but my Brazil reference was confusing.  My friend from Brazil is bringing it...unfortunately, even with our dollar double''s still a heavy price!  I hope the 2008 is as good as the 2005 that I had.I'll be off work over I'll wr... Read More

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  • Ha Ha...I think thread-drift is great.  It's especially effective on ... delivered by a friend from Brazil.  It's from Catena (the old faithful malbec), but it's called Angelica Zapata (named after the Grandmother of the owner) and is not available in North America.  I had it one year ago when I was down there and it was heavenly.Bedtime alrea... Read More

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