Casa Valduga wine esate is one of the pioneers in the utilization of champenoise method in Brazil, the winery is one of the responsible for the international recognition of Brazilian sparkling wines.
At the end of the 19th century, in 1875, the first Italian immigrant of the Valduga family arrived in Brazil. From the city of Rovereto, in northern Italy, they cultivated the first grapevines in the very heart of what is today Vale dos Vinhedos, or the Valley of Vineyards in the South of Brazil.
The main principles of Casa Valduga are synthetized on working as a family and constant innovation. For sure, creativity runs in the veins of the Valduga family, as does determination and the desire to turn dreams into reality.
“Before making two bottles of wine, make one, but make it good.” said the patriarch and founder, Luiz Valduga
Investments in technology increased and with it grew the acknowledgment of Casa Valduga as one of the most highly regarded vineyards in Brazil.
We tasted: Casa Valduga Arte Tradicional Brut
This sparkling wine is produced by the Champenoise method with 12 months maturation in underground cellars. It has a composition of 60% Chardonnay and 40% Pinot Noir.
The perlage is fine and lasting. The aroma recall fresh tropical fruit and toasted bread.
This wine has definitely a wide pairing range. Ideal as aperitifs with dish of fish, white meats, pastas and light sauces.
This wine was awarded of Gold Medal at “Concours Mondial de Bruxelles” on 2009.
Paulo Ovidio da Silva