Brazil's most popular varietals include the red grape Tannat and the white grape Moscato Giallo, which produce rich and complex wines with unique character. Brazil's wine styles include sparkling, red, white, and rose. Brazil's best-known wines are its sparkling whites. There are some Champagne method wines made from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Many are made in a style similar to Italian Spumante. Brazilian wines are known for their full body, high acidity, and complex fruit flavors. The country has six main wine regions, including Serra Gaucha, Campanha, and Vale do Sao Francisco, each with their own unique terroir and microclimate. While Brazil's wine industry is relatively new, it is rapidly gaining attention for its unique and flavorful wines.