A quick sip of Tannat

20.07.18

Uruguay is the 4th largest wine producer from South America, producing  more than 90 million litres from a little more than 9000 hectares of vineyards. Famous for its reds, Uruguay has now more than 200 wineries, winning more and more medals in international competitions. We visited 3 wine producing regions in Uruguay – Montevideo, Maldonado and...

Sparkling, Sparkling, Little Star

18.06.18

Casa Flora

Wine import and distribution

Rio de Janeiro

After 3 years recession, the Brazil economy is finally rebounding. Rio suffered the most from this economic crisis as the city was suffering from the aftermath of 2016 Olympic Games. The state went bankrupt at the end of 2016 and lost more than 70 000 jobs. Nowadays, 90% of the wine...

All wines wish they were Port wines

18.05.18

While in Lisboa, we had the pleasure to discover Viniportugal, the interprofessional association of the Portuguese wine industry that is working as a network, developing and implementing innovative and relevant strategies and market plans that position Portugal as a hot spot of the global wine trade.  Their aim is to promote the image of...

Another day in Spain

02.05.18

Navarra

The Navarra region has 11,500 hectares of vines area, with the following varieties planted:

  • Red (90% of the varieties are Reds): Tempranillo, Garnacha, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Graciano, Syrah and Pinot Noir.
  • White (Only 10% of the total varieties): Chardonnay, Viura, Garnacha Blanca, Malvasia and Sauvignon Blanc.

The region on...

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