While the world’s top athletes are fighting it out in the Brazilian metropoles the best wines are made in the very southernmost remote parts of the country, in the Vale dos Vinhedos on the border to Uruguay.
Brazilian wines have not yet made a great impression on the world of wine but that is perhaps due to that the country as a whole is a comparatively small wine producer. With its 80,000 ha of vine it comes in as number 15 in the world ranking of wine countries (after Hungary, Romania, and Russia).
But there is at least a handful of ambitious Brazilian wine producers that certainly merits your attention.
Read Britt’s article with some of her favourite and recommended wine producer in Brazil in her latest article on Forbes: Winning Brazilian wines from Vale dos Vinhedos.
Here’s the introduction:
In Olympic times it is worth underlining that Brazil is also a very interesting albeit small wine country in South America. In my previous article I gave you an introduction to the Brazilian wine scene.
Most of the quality wine producers in Brazil are located in the Vale dos Vinhedos in the very south of the country, on the border to Uruguay. Many not only make wine but also have a restaurant and hotel. Here are a few recommendations to look out for. […]
Read Britt’s full article on BKWine on Forbes.
This is the second and final part of two on the wines from Brazil. Read part one here: Celebrate with a glass of wine from Brazil | Britt on Forbes.
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