You can find on this page the Brazil wine map to print and to download in PDF. The Brazil wine regions map presents the vineyards and wine growing areas of Brazil in Americas.

Brazil wine map

Maps of Brazil vineyards

The Brazil wine map shows all wine growing areas of Brazil. This wine regions map of Brazil will allow you to easily localize all appellations and main grape varieties in Brazil in Americas. The Brazil vineyards map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

With roughly 83,000 hectares (205,000 acres as its mentioned in Brazil wine map) of vineyard, Brazil ranks just behind its near-neighbors Argentina and Chile in terms of acreage under vine. Only a small proportion (about 10 percent) of these acres are planted with Vitis vinifera vines, however this large acreage does not translate into large volumes of quality wine. The southern hemisphere wine belt encircles the globe between 30°S and 45°S, leaving very little room for Brazil to develop its vineyard area.

Brazil best-known wines are arguably its sparkling whites. There are some Champagne method wines made from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Many are made in a style similar to Italian spumante as you can see in Brazil wine map. Thus the vast majority of Brazilian wine comes from Brazil's southernmost regions, Campanha and particularly Serra Gaucha. The latter is home to Brazil sparkling wine capital, Bento Gonçalves.

Brazil wine industry was relatively slow to develop, particularly when compared to that of Chile or Argentina. The country vast size and hot, tropical climate made it difficult to establish a national wine industry of any scale or efficiency. Isabella was followed by other American hybrid vines including Norton, Concord, Catawba and Clinton, and various varieties brought over by migrants from Italy – Barbera, Moscato and Trebbiano among them as its shown in Brazil wine map. Tannat was introduced from the Basque Country and is still grown today, although not with the success it enjoys in Brazil smaller southern neighbor Uruguay.