Event promotes 10 Brazilian wineries in Canada

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September 13, 2011

The Consulate-General of Brazil in Toronto, through the Trade Commission, organized for the fourth time an event to promote the Brazilian wine in Canada. Ten Brazilian wineries (*)  presented  a selection of red, white and sparkling wines to representatives of LCBO, specialized media and sommeliers.

The program included a seminar to introduce the Brazilian wine regions and a tasting session for specialized Canadian media, sommeliers and LCBO representatives and a trade tasting for agents, restaurants and bars  representatives.

Brazilian Wineries (*): Aurora ( David Litner), Casa Valduga (Elisa Walker), Irmãos Basso (Wagner
Alberti); Lidio Carraro (Patrícia Carraro), Miolo (Fabiano Maciel); Pizzato (Flavio Pizzato); Piagentini,Sanjo e Santo Emílio (Francine Kaga); Salton (Vagner Montemaggiore); Wines of  Brazil, IBRAVIN-Instituto Brasileiro de Vinhos ( Andreia Genilini e Barbara Ruppel).

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      Hi my name is Fernando and i will be managing a tour event in Sao Paulo City rinudg the 2014 World Cup in Brazil .the tour will be to the best places, including a visit to the soccer museum, located on Pacaembu Soccer Stadium and finishing at one of the best steak houses in Sao Paulo. For more information, please contact me @ : Thanks and have a great one !

Hugh Suherland

I missed the Toronto Tasting but attended a trade mission in Uberlandia in November- I am looking for any Brazilian wineries not already with representation. We have 3 agencies looking- can you provide any contacts
Hugh Sutherland

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Antonio Andrews Sageturema

I recently attended the Annual General Meeting of the Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians in Toronto.