RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The region of Bento Gonçalves, in the Serra Gaucha of Rio Grande do Sul state, holds traditions and charms from the time when the Italian immigrants settled in the region, around 1875.
Due to its gently rolling hills, the region is also called the Brazilian Tuscany.
Dazzling vineyards attract the attention of tourists who wish to go beyond the tasting and perform a true immersion in the mysterious world of the grape.
Considered the national wine capital, Bento Gonçalves goes far beyond the beautiful grapevines, and surprises visitors by its history, gastronomy, and experiences . . .