Brazil: They Make Wine There?! Yes, and There is Serious Buzz About it´s Potential

Most Brazilian wines are produced in the southern region of the country, mainly in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, on the border with Argentina and Uruguay, as well as in Santa Catarina.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Sales of Brazilian wines have risen to a new record high this year, benefiting local producers, consulting firm Ideal Consulting told Xinhua Agency recently.

"With the closure of bars and restaurants (due to the pandemic), and the events sector as a whole paralyzed, people began to consume wine at home. Although with the reopening, this trend should be reduced," said Felipe Galtaroca, the general director of the company.

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