Rioja wine is a traditional wine made from the vines of a native tree of the same name.
It is a blend of the grape vines that grow in the region of Rioja in Brazil, and the grape juice produced from the fermented juice of the native trees, called rioja.
The grapes are harvested at the end of October.
The RIOJAS winery was founded by the late Rioja winemaker Joao Oliveira de Oliveira in 2002.
It has become one of the most successful wine producing regions in Brazil.
“The Riojas winery has won numerous awards for its quality and the quality of the wines produced, and in fact, Rioja has won the highest number of wineries worldwide,” said Oliveira.
“Rioja is a winery that works in a very unique way, and we think that the RIOJO winery is a perfect match for the wines that we produce,” he said.
The ROOJAS wines are often aged in the winery, which is a combination of the grapes grown in the vineyards, the vines and the wine juice, and are made in small batches.
Oliveira also said that the winemakers are happy to provide tours of the vineyard, and offer a wine tasting in the tasting room.
“We do everything to create a very positive environment,” he added.
This is the third year in a row that Riojas wines have won the largest number of global awards.
In 2013, the ROOJA won the top prize at the World Wine Cup, and 2014 the second-highest prize at a tasting held in Berlin, Germany.