Uva e Vinho

Monte Belo do Sul

Monte Belo do Sul

Monte Belo do Sul was colonized on 1877 by Italian immigrants come from of Vêneto Region. Initially, it was called Linha Zamith, later Montebelo, Caturetã and finally Monte Belo do Sul. The town keeps immigration history in its colonial basement, where the Italian craftwork can be observed and a good homemade wine can be tasted. It is surrounded by valleys and mountains and its natural attractions are Vale do Rio das Antas, Grutas de Pedras and the grapevines.

*Texto traduzido por Marciele Borchet.

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