Brazilian brands of sparkling wine are consolidated in the international market

According to data released by the Wine Registry in Brazil, the growth of the sparkling market in the country registered a growth of 22% last year. The good results of the sector follow a worldwide trend according to a study by the International Organization of Vine and Wine that identified in different countries the sparkling wine as the category of fastest growing drink.

Mauricio Roloff, technical director of the sectional gaucho of the Brazilian Association of Sommeliers, in a press release, stressed that in both the “domestic and international markets, sparkling wines are the products that most bring notoriety to the Brazilian wine industry. They generated confidence in the national consumer and curiosity abroad. They are easy to drink, even though they come in so many different styles. What all have in common is a remarkable freshness, the result of a natural acidity to Brazilian wines”.

With more than 1,500 medals won in some of the world’s top competitions, Brazilian sparkling brands consolidate their quality in the domestic and foreign markets.

Brazilian brands have been steadily consolidating both in the domestic and overseas markets. A good indication of the growth in the quality of national sparkling wine can be seen from the fact that Brazilian labels have already won over 1,500 medals in international competitions, according to data from the Brazilian Association of Oenology.

From September 25 to 27, Wine South America will take place in Serra Gaucha, the main trade show in the sector in Latin America. The fair will be an excellent opportunity for national products to present their excellent products to the international market. “Sure, Brazilian sparkling wines are the best in Latin America, and I am very excited to be able to taste them and know more about them,” said Alistair Cooper, British Master of Wine. More information about the national and international sparkling market and the event can be found on the official website of Wine South America.