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Introduction of the Brazilian Wine Industry

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  • Welcome! The Wines of Brazil
  • Overview
    • Wine4Her & Wine Basics
    • Worldly Perceptions
    • Brazil’s Wine Industry Today
    • Wine Country
    • Shopping for Brazilian Wines
    • Wine etc...
  • Jeni Bonorino
    • Owner of Wine4Her
      • www.wine4her.com
    • Wine Educator
    • International Wine Buyer
    • Wine, Vineyard & Spa Getaways
      • South America
  • Wine Attitudes
    • What is the #1 Rule to enjoying wine?
  • Wine Attitudes
    • Drink what YOU like!
  • What is Wine?
    • Romantic Farming
      • Good wine starts in the vineyard!
    • Wine is fermented fruit juice.
    • Sugar + Yeast = Alcohol & Carbon Dioxide
  • Brazil’s Beverages
  • Looking Backwards...
    • Not long ago, the words “ Brazilian ” and “ wine ” would hardly be put together without a stern warning against a horrible hangover !
  • Brazil’s Wine Industry Today
    • The quality of Brazilian wines have improved dramatically over the last few years.
    • Investment in technologies and winemaking practices.
    • World class wine consultant Michel Rolland.
  • Brazil’s Wine Industry Today
    • Brazilian wines are exported to markets in 25 countries.
      • Europe
      • North America
      • South America
      • Asia
  • Brazil’s Wine Industry Today
    • Brazil in the 5th largest wine producer in the southern hemisphere.
      • Argentina
      • Australia
      • South Africa
      • Chile
      • Brazil
      • New Zealand
      • Uruguay
  • Brazilian Wineries
    • There are over 1,000 Brazilian Wineries today.
    • Family Owned
    • Co-op
    • Large Corporations
  • Key Grape Varietals
    • White Wines
      • Riesling
      • Chardonnay
      • Moscato***
    • Red Wines
      • Merlot***
      • Cabernet
      • Pinot Noir
      • Tannat
  • Brazilian Wine Styles
    • Sparkling Wines
    • White Wines
    • Red Wines
    • Dessert Wines
  • Brazilian Sparkling Wine
    • Brazil is known around the world for sparkling wine.
    • Every major producer has a line of sparkling wines.
    • Brazil has the climate for producing sparkling wines.
  • Pop Quiz!
    • When were the first vines planted in Brazil?
      • 1875
      • 1925
      • 1940
      • 1992
  • Wine Country History
    • 1875!
    • European immigrants settled in the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul.
    • Italians!
  • 30-50 Degrees North & South
  • Brazil’s Major Wine Regions
    • North - 1 Region
      • Harvest 2x per year
    • South - 5 Major Wine Regions
      • Serra Gaucha
      • Vale do Rio do Peixe
      • Sao Joaquim
      • Serra do Sudeste
      • Campanha
  • Serra Gaucha Wine Regions
    • Largest and most important Brazilian winemaking region.
    • Accounts for 90% of the Brazilian wine production.
  • Vale dos Vinhedos
    • Vale dos Vinhedos sub-region
    • Most prominent wineries in Brazil
      • 30 vinicolas
    • Seal of region
  • Vale dos Vinhedos
  • Villa Europa Hotel & Spa
    • Luxury accommodations in the heart of the wine country.
    • All things wine.
    • Caudalie Vinho Therapy Spa from France.
  • Key Brazilian Wineries
    • Vale dos Vinhedos
    • Casa Valduga
    • Chandon
    • Don Laurindo
    • Dal Pizzol
    • Miolo
    • Pizzato
    • North of Brazil
    • Terra Nova
  • Casa Valduga
    • White
    • Red
    • Sparkling
  • Don Laurindo
    • White
    • Red
    • Sparkling
  • Dal Pizzol
    • White
    • Red
    • Sparkling
  • Miolo
    • White, Red
    • Sparkling - Traditional
    • Michel Rolland
    • Monticello of Spain
  • Pizzato
    • White
    • Red
    • Sparkling
  • Terra Nova - Bahia
    • White
    • Red
    • Sparkling
      • Wine Buyers Pick
    • Bag in Box
    • Harvest 2x per year
  • Shopping for Wine
    • Retail
      • Grocery Stores
      • Specialty Shops
    • Distributors
      • Save retail tax
    • Winery
  • Wine Etc...
    • Tannins
    • Food & Wine Pairing
    • Bottle Closures
    • Wine & Spa Getaway
  • Tannins
    • Natural part of grape skins, seeds and twigs.
      • Walnut skins, tea leaves, oak, etc.
    • Drying effect like over-steeped tea.
    • Red wine gets color from grape skins hence more tannins then white wine.
  • Sulfites
    • All wines have natural sulfites.
      • Sulfite are a natural preservative found in grapes.
      • If not they would turn to vinegar.
    • Wineries can add sulfites.
    • Dried apricot test.
  • Food & Wine
    • Match the weight of the wine to that of the food.
    • Wines of a country are often made to pair with the cuisine of the country.
  • Plastic, Twist, Cork
    • Plastic Corks
      • Great for young wines
      • No TCA
    • Twist Top or “Stelvin” enclosures
      • More expensive to produce than cork!
      • Wine at all prices
    • Cork
      • Traditional
      • Requires greater attention
  • Upcoming Event
    • Sign up at www.wine4her.com to learn about upcoming events
    • Luxury Wine & Spa Getaway
      • Vale Dos Vinhedos
    • Wine Education
      • Rio
      • Private Events
  • Thank You! Jeni Bonorino Wine 4 Her www.wine4her.com