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Brazil’s wine industry sees Colombian market as a priority

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With over 80,000 hectares of grapes planted and more than 1,100 wineries in its territory, Brazil ranks 18th in the world as a producer of wines, which have earned more than 3,000 medals and awards at trade shows and exhibitions. The industry has established the Colombian market as a "priority."

Brazil has been producing wines since the beginning of its colonization. But it was the arrival of Italian immigrants (1875) that boosted the industry's growth.


Brazil broke the record for domestic wine consumption, which (domestic and imported . . .

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