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Wine Experiences Around Brazil

01/25/2024

Brazil, often celebrated for its vibrant culture and stunning landscapes, is emerging as a new and exciting frontier for wine travel. The country's wine regions in the southern states of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina are recognized for their unique terroir and the production of high-quality wines, but there are new areas being explored, resulting in exciting wines that can be coupled with incredible natural attractions.

Visitors can now explore lush vineyards, meet passionate winemakers, and indulge in a wine experience that beautifully blends Brazilian hospitality with the artistry of winemaking. With a diverse range of grape varietals, picturesque landscapes, and a growing wine culture, Brazil promises an enchanting journey for wine enthusiasts seeking new and undiscovered terroirs.

Here are some options:

Thera Winery - With its own hotel, Thera can be combined with the stunning beaches of Florianópolis and Ponta dos Ganchos for a mountains + beach vacation.

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Uvva Winery - In the high plateaus of Bahia, Uvva is the newest attraction of Chapada Diamantina, a mesmerizing national park adorned with rugged canyons, impressive caves, and cascading waterfalls.

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Gaspari Winery - Just 200km from São Paulo, their wines are found in the best cellars in the city, including the Fasano Hotel.

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Luiz Porto Winery - Located in the colonial town of Tiradentes, visitors are introduced to the pioneer inverted harvest cycle of the winery and taste 4 of the winery's labels.

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Terroir Pantanal Winery - In one of the most unexpected places, halfway between Campo Grande Airport and the Caiman Lodge in the Pantanal South, there is a winery producing sparkling wines. This can be a pleasant break for a picnic or lunch paired with local wine.

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Araucaria Winery - Just one hour outside of Curitiba, a visit to Araucaria can be combined with one of the last scenic train rides in Brazil, the Serra Verde Express, which meanders through the Atlantic Forest-covered hills all the way to the sea. An extension to Mel Island can guarantee a few days on the beach.

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Luiz Argenta Winery - The newest wine region in Rio Grande do Sul, the town of Flores da Cunha, can be combined with a glamping experience at the Parador Cambara do Sul and two of Brazil's least-visited National Parks, the canyons of Aparados da Serra and Serras Gerais, now under private administration with upgraded infrastructure to welcome visitors, including a zipline over one of the canyons.

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The Chilean winery Vik - will open a property just 1.5 hours outside of São Paulo, in 2024.

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