City: Natal, RN
Phone: (084) 3213-0100
Hours: From 10am to 10pm. Sunday from 3pm to 9pm.
Cost: Between $25.00 and $35.00 (or R$40.00 to R$60.00)
Wine is normally had with dinner, and there are many really excellent wines is southern Brazil where the climate is superb for growing the necessary grapes. All of the wines you will try, will be local or South American varieties. This is largely due to import taxes. It is unlikely you will find many wines from other markets.
While Brazil has a sizeable number of vineyards, a vast number of them produce table grapes, and only a few produce them for Brazilian wine.
As much of Brazil is close to the equator, traditional growing rules of thumb brand most of the land unsuitable for viticulture, due to heat and humidity. Almost all of the grape growing of Brazil is concentrated in the southern part of the country, at a distance from the equator, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, which is near to Uruguay and Argentina. In that state, most of the farms are also located in cooler high and hilly locations, mainly in the Serra Gaúcha region.
Nearby Restaurants include Tirinete Culinária Sertaneja, Tirinete Frutos do Mar, Bob´s - Shopping Midway Mall, Yan Ping, São Braz Coffee Shop, Vinhedos, Bombom Café, Café do BárBaro, Café Siciliano, Pasta & Pasta, Labrase, Hora do Pão, Mix Gourmet, Bar do Ku, Daguia Tortas Finas, Gambrinus, Expresso Café, Takami Sushi House, Rodízio de Sorvetes, O Amarelinho.
|A Bodega||Av. Afonso Pena, 579|
|Adega dos Vinhos||Av. Romualdo Galvão, 2158|
|Tequila & Vinhos||Av. Romualdo Galvão, 2100|
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