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Taste the best of Brazil – and Argentina – on World Malbec Day!
This year Go Brazil is celebrating World Malbec Day (April 17th) with neighbours Argentina. We have teamed up with our […]Read More
Go Brazil reduces minimum order to just 4 bottles
In response to these exceptional times Go Brazil has decided to reduce its minimum online order to just 4 bottles, […]Read More
Go Brazil launches Easter specials
We may be in lockdown but the sun has finally come out and Easter is nearly with us. Time then […]Read More
Wine of the Month April 2020
While many are getting to grips with ‘self-isolation’, discovering new hobbies and perhaps experiencing a virtual party for the first time, we’ve decided to bring you an old favourite of ours: Sauvignon Blanc -fresh, crisp and perfect for spring. A touch of sherbet and tropical passion fruit give it the Brazilian wow factor. Now on offer at just £9.95/bottle!
Screwcap, vegetarian & vegan friendly.
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Our Top 3 Wines for Spring 2020
Say hello to spring with some lively and unusual Brazilian wines guaranteed to give you a lift! Ever popular, our Malbec Rose – now at £9.95 – has seductive cherry and summer berry flavours. But if big reds are your thing, you’ll love our great value 2015 Fausto Tannat (reduced to £13.95). Smooth and full-bodied, this is a superb value oaked wine with aromas of coffee, spice and even leather. Serve with well seasoned meat or strong cheeses. Alternatively, for fans of white wines, we are proud to offer the UK market its first ever Brazilian Semillon (down to £17.00). Partly aged in barrels made of oak and acacia, this is an intriguing and complex example. Aromas include dried fruit, white flowers and melon, while palate is dry, rich and tropical with hints of vanilla. Great with charcuterie or white meat dishes.
Nb. the Sinais Malbec Rosé and Fausto Tannat are both vegan and vegetarian friendly, but not the Pizzato Semillon.
This month we asked Svetoslav Manolev, Head Sommelier at Michelin-starred The Greenhouse, in London's Mayfair, to evaluate our Don Guerino Sinais Moscato Giallo 2018
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'Brazil steps up' with wine critic Tom Cannavan
In a recent article entitled 'Brazil steps up', published on his wine-pages website, we were delighted to read wine critic Tom…Read More