21° 50' 11.99" S


45° 23' 17.39" W




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Campanha is a relatively new region (it only began to develop in the 1970s). However, it has achieved greater growth than other wine regions in Brazil. This allows it to be currently the second most important wine region in Brazil, only behind Serra Gaúcha.


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The Campanha wine region is located about 290 kilometers southwest of the city of Porto Alegre, capital of Rio Grande do Sul. Beginning in the city of Bagé, the region covers a strip of land that extends 338 kilometers along the border with Uruguay, all the way to the border with Argentina

This region has a temperate climate, with little rainfall and long, sunny days. In the afternoon, temperatures usually drop, which benefits the vines as it allows them to have an optimal level of ripening. 

The soil in the region is sandy and has a high content of granite and limestone, which makes it highly permeable. It also has a low fertility level, which means that the vines have to work harder to find the nutrients they need, resulting in grapes with a more concentrated flavor. 


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties:  Cabernet Sauvignon, Tannat

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Chardonnay

In Campanha, the main varieties used to make wines are, on the red wine side, Cabernet Sauvignon and Tannat, while on the white wine side the main variety used is Chardonnay.

The main characteristics of Campanha's red wines are their low body and fruity profile: 

  • In the case of Cabernet Sauvignon wines, they have notes oriented towards black cherry, black currant and blackberry.
  • In the case of Tannat wines, they usually present notes reminiscent of black fruits such as blackberry, black cherry, and plum.

On the other hand, Campanha white wines made with the Chardonnay variety tend to be full-bodied. These wines tend to have notes reminiscent of tropical fruits such as peach, mango, and lemon, while the palate is dominated by rather buttery notes.


200 - 300 m


~850 mm


Sandy, with high content of granite and limestone. Low fertility.

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Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay

History of wine

Like regions such as Serra do Sudeste, the history of viticulture in Campanha began relatively later than in other regions, starting in the 1970s. Another very similar aspect between Campanha and Serra do Sudeste was the reasons that motivated producers to try to grow vines in the regions: there was a high concentration of vineyards in Serra Gaúcha, so land prices increased.

However, Campanha showed a higher growth than Serra do Sudeste until today. This led to Campanha achieving Geographical Indication status in 2020.


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