Fine Wines (Brazil)

+55 (21) 2113 9933 Avenida Embaixador Abelardo Bueno
Rio de Janeiro, 22775-040
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Finewines.com.br foi criado com o objetivo de proporcionar aos consumidores de vinhos finos no Brasil um serviço diferenciado e personalizado através de uma seleção de vinhos de alta qualidade.

Nós queremos ser o seu conselheiro de vinho pessoal.

Fine Wines irá trabalhar com vinhos 90 + baseado em avaliações da imprensa internacional de vinhos, como o Wine Advocate (Robert Parker, RP), Wine Spectator (WS), Jancis Robinson, Decanter, Wine Enthusiast e Gambero Rosso ou os vinhos terão que ser aprovados pelo nosso comitê de vinho constituido por top sommelieres /compradores de vinho brasileiros e estrangeiros.

Se você deseja ser contactado pelo conselheiro pessoal de vinho mande e-mail para: contato@finewines.com.br Read more »

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