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Harvest 2018 in Brazil: the best of decade

The Miolo Winery is close to finishing the 2018 harvest with a realization: for at least 6 years there was no climate so favorable for the quality of the vintage in Rio Grande do Sul. So far, in this decade, there were 2 harvests of exceptional quality: 2011 and 2012, but none will exceed the … Continue reading

“Maximus” from Panizzon wine estate

Headquartered in Flores da Cunha / RS, Brazil’s largest city producer of wine, Panizzon wine estate founded in 1960 by Ricardo Panizzon and his sons, is today one of the country’s largest beverage companies. The Durans vineyards are the birthplace of the Panizzon Wine grapes. The production of wines and sparkling wine made from its … Continue reading

Miolo Quinta do Seival Alvarinho, Brazilian wine with Portuguese essence

Label was the big winner in the category ‘Brancos de outras castas e cortes‘ in the Great Event Wines of Brazil A wine with a Brazilian signature and Portuguese essence: Quinta do Seival Alvarinho is the first Alvarinho wine made in Brazil with one of the grapes icons of Portugal. The Miolo winery invested in … Continue reading

Recovered the first sea refined Brazilian wine

Miolo the Brazilian wine estate, announces the recovery of the first batch of aged Brazilian sparkling wine in an underwater cave. The company is the first and only in Brazil to use this method. The operation was carried out on 12 October, 12 months after Miolo Cuvée Brut diving in the Brittany Sea, France. The … Continue reading

Harvest in the moonlight, presented by Miolo cellar

  The Miolo winery announces the launch of the 2017 harvest of one of its most unusual wines: the Reserva Sauvignon Blanc Colheita Noturna, made from grapes harvested in the cool dawns of the promising region of Campanha, in Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil).  The poetic process of elaboration counted on a new technology of … Continue reading

ExpoVinis Brasil 21st edition

  Luis Gutiérrez, of The Wine Advocate magazine – of the critic Robert Parker – comes to the country exclusively to give lecture at Forum ExpoVinis. Between June 6 and 8, 2017, São Paulo (SP) will host the 21st edition of ExpoVinis Brasil, considered the main meeting of wines in Latin America, with more than … Continue reading

Chile leads the imported wine market in Brazil

    The Brazilians increased the consumption of Chilean wines in 2016 and again Chile closed the year leading freely the ranking of imported wines in Brazil. This is what International Consulting recently points out: Last year, growth in relation to 2015 was 14% in value and 18% in volume, representing a market share of … Continue reading

Miolo presents exclusive line at Prowein 2017

The Miolo winery has prepared an exclusive launch for its participation in Prowein 2017, one of the world’s leading wine fairs, which takes place from March 19-21 in Düsseldorf, Germany. During the event, aimed at professionals in the segment, will be presented the Seival line, created especially for the external market. The wines are already … Continue reading

Espumante do mar: Miolo is the first Brazilian winemaker to immerse bottles in underwater cave

Submerged sparkling wines have 10 times more molecular compounds than those aged by the traditional method. Richer and floral flavor and clear notes of butter and nuts were also observed. To celebrate the successful sales of the Miolo Cuvée Tradition Brut sparkling wine on French soil, Miolo Group bets on a unique system of aging … Continue reading

Brazil is among the best wine producers in the world

The World Association of Wine and Spirits Journalists and Writers (WAWWJ) last ocober 2015 has published a list of the 10 best wines in the world, two of them are Brazilian. In addition, extending the list to the 100 best wines, two more Brazilians appear. The national products chosen were: – 8th place: Marcus James … Continue reading

Rio Bravo, “Espumante” from Brazil

We are in in Serra Gaucha in the south of Brazil a region renowned for its excellent wines and natural beauty. The history of the Mioranza Winery begins in 1964, when the Italian family Mioranza begins with the cultivation of vines in the town Flores da Cunha town. Achieving excellence in winemaking was the focus … Continue reading

Sinuelo winery. Brazilian wine … Italian heart

Since 1883, the Molon family settled in southern Brazil in the Serra Gaucha coming from the distant city of Arzignano in Veneto, from the very beginning has been dedicated to viticulture and the art of wine. From father to son, the raisin techniques were transmitted, understood and improved. The search for superior products begins in … Continue reading

Sinuelo prime

From south of Brazil in the Serra Gaucha comes Sinuelo Prime wine made up of a selection of Cabernet Sauvignon (87%) and Merlot (13%). Sinuelo Prime is a limited edition with numbered bottles. It is definitely a remarkable complexity and evolved wine, fruity, ripe blackberry with hints of spice, chocolate and coffee. The color is … Continue reading

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