Chilean wines shine in Brazil’s Expovinis

The three day event in Sao Paolo is always a key activity for the Chilean wine industry, which is Brazil’s biggest importer of wine, with a 40% share of this valuable market.

Taking to an international stage, Chile’s wines shone at the latest Expovinis fair in Brazil which attracts over 10,000 visitors.

Now in its 18th year, this is Latin America’s biggest wine fair and an essential opportunity to present the national wine industry to an international crowd.

This year, Wines of Chile organised an innovative Wine Bar which highlighted the latest tendencies in the Chilean wine scene: wines of altitude, coastal wines and novelties.

The three day event in Sao Paolo is always a key activity for the Chilean wine industry, which is Brazil’s biggest importer of wine, with a 40% share of this valuable market. Eight Chilean wineries participated this year: Emiliana, Maycas, Montes, Perez Cruz, Terramater, Ventisquero, Via Wines and William Fevre.

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