Altos Montes wine region is a great destination with a broad offering of wineries with wine tasting and tours. On our website you can book your visits in order to be prepared for your time in the region.

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There are a big number of wineries in Farroupilha with wine tasting and tour activities that you can book easily via winetourism.com.

Farroupilha (Brazil)
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You can experience amazing wine tasting and tour activities at the various wineries in Monte Belo . On our site you can read all about this regions to be prepared for your stay.

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Pinto Bandeira (Brazil)
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Serra Gaúcha has a large number of wineries that offer wine tasting and tour. Visit our website to book beautiful wine-filled experiences and learn more about the wine region.

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On our website, book visits to beautiful wineries in Vale dos Vinhedos and enjoy guided wine tasting and tour.

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Brazil Wine Country

Brazil wine country that covers 47% of South America is the third largest wine producer from the continent. There are over 90000-hectare vineyards. However, the majority of grapes produced in Brazil are table grapes. The climate in Brazil is subtropical: warm and with high precipitation. Due to the fact that close to the equator most of the countries are unsuitable for viticulture, the majority of Brazilian wine regions are located in the south part of the country: in the Rio Grande do Sul and in the Campanha, on the border with Uruguay.

History of Viticulture

Several attempts to introduce European vines in Brazil were made during the centuries. The history of viticulture in Brazil wine country started in 1932 when the Portuguese planted the first vines in the state of São Paulo.

Later in 1626, the Spanish brought vines to the Rio Grande do Sul. In the 19th century, Italian immigrants brought vines to Brazil that originally came from the area around Verona and therefore brought the Corvina, Molinara, and other Valpolicella varieties that no longer play a role today. Considerable changes in Brazilian winemaking has been done when a big brand such as Moët & Chandon and Bacardi brought investment and experiences in different Brazilian wine regions.

Wine Tourism in Brazil

During the last 20 years, the wine industry together with wine tourism has been developing significantly. Brazil wine country is waiting to be discovered by wine lovers and travel enthusiasts. Put the Serra Gaúcha on your bucket list to explore the Brazilian tradition of winemaking and taste flagship sparkling wines.

Brazilian Wines

80% vines cultivated in Brazil wine country is an American grape variety Isabela, which is a thick-skinned grape that adopts harsh weather conditions easily. In Brazil, red wines and spumante are the pride of its producers. The specialty Espumante is a bottle-fermented sparkling wine, which is pressed after champagne based on Chardonnay and Pinot Noir and often stays on the lees for 2, 3, or even 5 years.

Brazilian wines express the country’s personality and culture. That’s why wines are easy-drinking, light and fresh, fruit-forward, and lower in alcohol that can be drunk on every occasion.

Village and Vineyards in winter, Vale dos Vinhedos valley, Bento Goncalves, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Brazilian Wine Regions

Most of the Brazilian wine regions are concentrated in the southern part of the country.  The Rio Grande do Sul is the home to 5 main Brazilian wine regions and is responsible for 90 percent of the production. Serra Gaúcha wine region from the Rio Grande do Sul is one of the most important wine regions and emerging wine tourism destinations in Brazil.

Find out about Wine Tasting & Tours in Serra Gaúcha to enjoy your visit to the region.


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Wine Regions in Brazil

Altos Montes
Altos Montes wine region is a great destination with a broad offering of wineries with wine tasting and tours. On our website you can book your visits in order to be prepared for your time in the region.
Farroupilha
There are a big number of wineries in Farroupilha with wine tasting and tour activities that you can book easily via winetourism.com.
Monte Belo
You can experience amazing wine tasting and tour activities at the various wineries in Monte Belo . On our site you can read all about this regions to be prepared for your stay.
Pinto Bandeira
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Wineries in Brazil

Família Salton
Along with wines, the estate produces tea, juice, frisante, vodka, gin…
Lidio Carraro Boutique Winery
Meet the Italian family, dedicated to viticulture in Brazil for over five generations.

Wine Tasting & Tours in Brazil

Wine tasting and tour at Família Salton
Have wine tasting of Brazilian vineyards along with guided tour at Familia Salton
Wine tasting and tour at Lidio Carraro Boutique Winery
A well-designed winery tour, followed by a classic Wine Tasting & Tour at Lidio Carraro

Wineries in Brazil

Discover the long wine tradition of Brazil and discover some of the best wineries in this country

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