Today, the production of fine wines in Brazil totals 10,000 thousand hectares of Vitis vinifera grapes, divided into six main regions. There are approximately 150 wineries producing fine wines around the country. The Brazilian wine industry also comprises approximately 1,100 other wineries, mainly located on small farms (an average of two hectares per family), dedicated to the production of table and handcrafted wines. The area of vineyards covered with table and vitis vinifera varieties in the country amounts to approximately 89,000 hectares located from north to south. The country has achieved the mark of fifth largest producer in the Southern Hemisphere and is one of the fastest growing markets in the globe. Get to know below the authors of the wines everybody is talking about.

  • Almadén
  • Aurora
  • Basso
  • Campestre
  • Campos de Cima
  • <p>Casa Perini</p>
  • Casa Valduga
  • Cave Geisse
  • Domno
  • Don Giovanni
  • Don Guerino
  • Garibaldi
  • Hermann
  • Laurentia
  • Lidio Carraro
  • Miolo
  • Mioranza
  • Ouro Verde
  • Peterlongo
  • Pizzato
  • Quinta da Neve
  • Salton
  • Sanjo
  • Santa Augusta
  • Suzin
  • Villa Francioni
  • Vinibrasil
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  • Almadén

    The history of Almadén shows one of the first steps towards the internationalization of the Brazilian grape and wine industry. It was established in the Campanha regio...


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  • Aurora

    Due to its productive potential and tradition, Aurora has become a benchmark for the Brazilian grape and wine production. Established during the associativism wave tha...


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  • Basso

    Growing grapes has been part of Basso family since they migrated from Italy to Brazil in the late nineteenth century. Over time, the wine culture was widespread and co...


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  • Campestre

    With an average altitude of around 1,000 meters above sea level, wide temperature range and optimum sunlight, Campos de Cima da Serra has become a point of convergence...


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  • Campos de Cima

    The goal of Campos de Cima is small-scale production. Owning 15 hectares of vineyards in Campanha Gaúcha, the company chooses to produce few wines, however with high q...


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  • Casa Perini

    Casa Perini's history can be taken as an example of the modernization process which several Brazilian wineries have been going through. The company is more than 40...


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  • Casa Valduga

    Casa Valduga is a family winery with over 40 years of tradition in the production of wines and sparkling wines. Recognized for high quality portfolio, today ranks amon...


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  • Cave Geisse

    Producing sparkling wines that are often listed among the best ones in Brazil, Vinícola Geisse was established based on the search of Chilean Mario Geisse for a place ...


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  • Domno

    Investing in what Famiglia Valduga considers to be one of the main industries in Serra Gaúcha, the group set up in 2008 Domno do Brasil, a division to produce only spa...


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  • Don Giovanni

    When it was established in 1979, Don Giovanni already had a great historical legacy. The winery was built in the former property of a brewery, which produced an ethyl ...


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  • Don Guerino

    A detail in the history of Don Guerino reinforces the belief that fine wines are born from quality vineyards. Instead of starting the history of the winery with the co...


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  • Garibaldi

    The weight of 80 years of tradition and the involvement of five thousand people - including members, employees and grape growing families - in producing wines has not ...


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  • Hermann

    High quality wines have always been the Hermann family's business. Owner of a renowned import company in Brazil, it used different international wine making benchmarks...


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  • Laurentia

    Laurentia represents an interesting movement in the Brazilian grape and wine industry: the discovery of new terroirs. The closest traditional wine producing region to ...


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  • Lidio Carraro

    Growing vineyards that allow the full expression of the terroir seems to have become the specialty of the Carraro family. This is a task that they are pleased to perfo...


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  • Miolo

    Present in almost all producing regions of the country, Miolo Wine Group comprises different companies and investors from the wine industry in Brazil. The group was es...


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  • Mioranza

    Mioranza is one of the brands that has helped the town of Flores da Cunha become famous for being the largest producer of wines in Brazil. The winery's annual producti...


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  • Ouro Verde

    A branch of Miolo Wine Group in northeastern Brazil, Vinícola Ouro Verde is part of the group of companies that challenges the parameters of world winemaking to produc...


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  • Peterlongo

    Along its history of 100 years, the main goal of Peterlongo has always been to achieve excellence in the production of sparkling wines. Thus, the company is, undoubted...


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  • Pizzato

    Only after meeting the technical manager of Pizzato, Flávio Pizzato, you can fully understand the work of the winery. Do not expect a brief chat. A winemaking enthusia...


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  • Quinta da Neve

    Quinta da Neve was one of the first wineries to explore the altitude of Santa Catarina plateau for the production of fine wines. The adventure began in 1999 in the cit...


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  • Salton

    First Brazilian winery to celebrate a 100th anniversary, Salton is mainly known for its sparkling wines, a market leader in this segment in Brazil. However, the multip...


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  • Sanjo

    More than tradition or years of history, a good wine is made from the identification of opportunities and investment in quality. These are principles present in the wo...


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  • Santa Augusta

    Choosing with great care where to cultivate their vineyards and having the technology needed to develop good labels, the young entrepreneurs in the wine industry in Br...


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  • Suzin

    Vinícola Suzin has a close relationship with the countryside. Its founders already worked on the land before planting their first vineyards. At first, growing grapes w...


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  • Villa Francioni

    Villa Francioni, one of the companies that calls attention to the Planalto Catarinense region, was inspired by some of the best wineries in the world. It is the result...


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  • Vinibrasil

    The unique experience of producing wine in the 8th parallel in the Southern Hemisphere attracted to Brazil the Portuguese group Dão Sul, which founded Vinibrasil in 20...


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