Vinopolis – Wines From Brazil Event

Come And Taste Wines From Brazil Saturday May 22nd, 12 midday – 5 pm

Visitors to Vinopolis on Saturday May 22nd are in for a treat – Wines From Brazil is celebrating the launch of its permanent presence on the Vinopolis ‘Wine Trail’ with a tasting of Brazilian wines.

Nine producers from Brazil’s six wine regions are flying in to mark the occasion and will be serving a selection of red, white and sparkling wines. Visitors will be able to chat to the winemakers and taste up to 60 different wines, while those arriving early in the afternoon will also be able to enjoy some tasty Brazilian snacks. First come first served – so get there early to avoid disappointment!

Brazil is the third largest wine producer in South America. Its six different wine producing regions include Serra Gaúcha, where Vale dos Vinhedos is located, Serra do Sudeste, the country’s newest winemaking area, and the São Francisco Valley, which has two harvests per year. The impressively wide range of Brazilian wines includes Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, together with other grapes such as Ancellota, Touriga Nacional, Malvasia Bianca and Prosecco.

The visiting producers are:

Ø Vinícola Aurora
Ø Casa Valduga Vinhos Finos
Ø Vinícola Irmãos Basso Ltd
Ø Lídio Carraro Vinícola Boutique
Ø Miolo Wine Group
Ø Cia Piagentini de Bebidas e Alimentos
Ø Pizzato Vinhas & Vinhos
Ø Vinícola Salton
Ø Vinícola Vinibrasil

Entry to Vinopolis, London’s Wine and Spirit Tasting destination starts from £24.50 on Saturday. Set under the soaring arches of a former railway viaduct, Vinopolis offers wine and spirit enthusiasts the opportunity to learn more about the history of their favourite tipple and how to fully appreciate them through a variety of wine tours and tasting events. Whether you want to learn how wine is produced, how to match cheese and wine or how to shake a cocktail like a professional, we have something for everyone to enjoy at any level.

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