Cooperativa Vinícola Garibaldi
Terroir of Serra Gaucha
The most important wine region of Brazil, responsible for some 85% of national production, covering an area of 400 km.
The region has basaltic soil and a temperate climate, with temperature extremes that vary from -4Cº to 320º. Consequentially, it has a rigorous winter, with the possibility of snow, and hot summers, as well as four clearly defined seasons.
Furthermore, during the vintage period, the thermal amplitude (cold nights and hot days) is a very significant factor, benefiting the maturation ofthe grapes.
The altitude of the vineyards varies between 400 and 800 meters.