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Brazilian Wines Go International


OCT, 2012 Tiffany Joy Swenson It should come as no surprise that Brazil has been cultivating fine wines since its colonization. With a vibrantWine culture, diverse and ample terrain, and a booming economy, this South American powerhouse has all the necessary components for a viticulture victory. Although Brazil is considered the 5th largest wine producer in the southern hemisphere, there issurprisingly little buzz about Brazilian wines on an international level, something that the Brazilian wine industry is looking to change. In this glimpse into the world of Brazilian wine, Alternative Latin Investor sought insight from Patricio Carraro, a 3rd generation wine grower, from the boutique winery Lidio Carraro and Andreia Gentilini Milan, the
Export Manager for Wines of Brazil[1], an organization created to promote the quality of Brazilian wines in the internation....




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