Wine-growing regions and their edaphoclimatic characteristics and altitude above sea level.
|Campanha Gaú cha||150||High number of hours of light, and dry summers.|
|Southeastern Region||400–600||Dry and sunny summers with cold nights, stony ground|
|Campos de Cima da Serra||900–1300||High solar incidence, longer vegetative cycle, high aromatic intensity and content of phenolic compounds|
|Altitude Wines||900–1400||Slow ripening, preser- vation of acidity and high levels of aromatic compounds|
|Metropolitan Region of Curitiba||900–1100||Hot days and mild nights, stands out for the production of short to medium cycle varieties|
|South Region of Minas Gerais||800–1000||It was adopted the dou- ble pruning, that causes that the cycle of the grapevine changes, with the maturation happen- ing in the winter|
|São Paulo State||1000–1300||Fresh nights and excel- lent sunshine that pro- vide a thermal amplitude of 10 ◦C at harvest time|
|San Francisco Valley||400||Low rainfall (less than 500 mm) and strong sun- shine. Pervious sandy- loam soils|
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