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Tag Archive | "Wines of Brasil"

Celebrate with Brazilian Wines at Vinexpo: Stand CD 25 Hall 1 (16-20 June 2013)

May 27, 2013 No comments yet

Wines of Brasil at Vinexpo 2013: International wine indicators show Sparkling wines, Moscato and wines with moderate alcohol are three of the strongest trends – these are Brazil’s highlights too. Everything today’s consumer is looking for is what Brazil does best! Make an appointment to find out more, to talk to the producers or if you want to interview the Director of Wines of Brazil.

Casa Valduga – visionary, structured, professional

November 30, 2012 No comments yet

The first thing that strikes you about this specialist sparkling wine producer is how this is still very much a family affair. Even Elisa Walker their export manager, who, incidentally, is not part of the family, feels a sense of ownership and claims she would never leave. Employment is high in this part of the […]

Pure inspiration from Lidio Carraro

November 28, 2012 No comments yet

Lidio Carraro really is an aspirational brand, with a purist approach to both the vineyard and the winemaking process, 18/20 points from www.jancisrobinson.com and the Merlot being chosen as Snooth’s wine of the year this is a producer to watch. They are unique in a number of ways; none more so than the fact that […]

Salton: Hand-crafted wines of substance

November 28, 2012 No comments yet

Wow! Blown away with the investment going on in this company and the attention to detail they give to their wines. In addition to their own vineyards, they work with 400 families who provide 75% of the grapes; it’s a family run business that operates in some ways as a privately owned cooperative. They are […]

Champagne …. and legal in Brazil

November 21, 2012 No comments yet

Peterlongo is the only producer in Brazil allowed to call their sparkling wine Champagne. In an unprecedented win over the champenoise in the ’80s this producer now makes one million bottles of sparkling wine (champagne and other styles) and sells it entirely in Brazil although they’re thinking about exporting. Production of sparkling wine started here […]