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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Varietals Produced in Brazil View all

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

  • 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...

  • Tannat

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

  • Pinot Noir

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

  • Chardonnay

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

  • Merlot

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

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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 ...

  • Casa Valduga

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

  • Pizzato

    PIZZATO Vinhas e Vinhos is the legacy of a 100+ year-old grape growing in Brazil. Located at th...

  • 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

  • Am curious how the Trousseau/Bastardo drinks... Public results of the ... ... ... at HDH events held in Brazil and Hong Kong and from other collectors throughout the world,” observed President Ben Nelson. “Buyers from around the globe proved today that they are still willing to pay remarkable prices for Burgundy’s top wines.”Hart Davis Hart’s... Read More

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  • I don't know if it's a bit easier if the Brazil government knows you are part of an organized tour group.I was going for an international cycling race and I had to provide income tax forms, letters of employment, references from people IN Brazil and their government ID.  It was quite intensive.  Then, I went back for pleasure a couple of years a... Read More

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  • DV - We did the Tauck 'Essence of South America' tour last year (about ... us to Chile, Argentina and Brazil in that order.  The tour stopped in the following cities / locations:  Santiago, Chile; Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas, Chile; crossed the Andes over to Bariloche, Argentina; then up to Buenos Aires, Argentina; over to Iguazu National Pa... Read More

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  • Al, where were you in Brazil?  It's not an easy country to visit because the Visa process is practically a deterrent.  You probably have a decent number of bottles and it seems you guys are ripping through at a good clip!  You should try and get your hands on some older California cabs.  I was looking on E-Bay the other day and there's a place b... Read More

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  • I should say that we've only been interested in collecting wine in a wine ... wine in Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Portugal, Spain, Iceland, England, Scotland, Wales, Australia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand.  The worst wine we have ever tasted was made in Vietnam.  The best wine we have ever tasted was made in ... Read More

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  • Terra Andina Sparkling Moscato 2012

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    This one from Brazil is very nice, but pricey. I've had better for less $. Not as sweet as moscato from Italy, but still good. My guests really liked it and finished off the bottle in a hurry. Read More

    Wine review by StukNlodi


  • Buy Real/Fake Passports,Driver’s License,ID Cards,Visas, USA Green ... ... like:USA, Australia,Belgium,Brazil, Canada, Italian,Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Netherlands, South Africa,Spain, United Kingdom and worldwide.Contact e-mails:===============================sinclaire371@gmail.comGeneral support:===========================si... Read More

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  • Carnaval Moscato Brazilian Sparkling Wine NV

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    Yum! Not overly sweet, spumante type sparkler with clean, fruity finish. Lotsa little bubbles. Went well with our white cheddar & red grapes. Read More

    Wine review by StukNlodi


  • Ok fellas, this post is for OT to see and drool over.  I hope he has a ... year to Chile, Argentina and Brazil.  The wine maker from Vina Ventisquero (Felipe Tosso) was presenting Chilean wines at that class and we ordered about six of these bottles because they were so tasty.&nbs Read More

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  • Guido Porro Barolo Santa Catarina 2010

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    Dark almost opaque in the glass. On the nose with is rather tight with subtle hints of rosehips, notes of dried beef dark, macerated flowers. Elegant in the mouth, with finely focused power yet lovely transparency. This is rather elegant and refined with hints of herb, black cherry, mineral, dried leather and spice slowly emerge on the palate. L... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


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