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Vinhos Salton S.A.

Rua Mario Salton, 300, Distrito de Tuiuty, 95710-000 Bento Goncalves

Telephone +55 54 2105-1000
Fax +55 54 2105-1001

This company is co-exhibitor of
Wines of Brasil IBRAVIN - Instituto Brasileiro do Vinho

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 9): stand J28

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 9

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.04  SOUTH AMERICA
  • 01.04.03  Brazil
  •  Campanha

Our products

Product category: Campanha

Salton Gerações Paulo Salton

Composition: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc

After being harvest, the grapes were rigorously checked for quality and ripeness and then stored at 5°C before being processed. After the selection of bunches, grapes are destemmed and the best berries are selected and macerated at low temperature. After six days the alcoholic fermentation is started and then the post-fermentative maceration process, which totals approximately 30 days.
After spontaneous clarification the wine is blended and stored in new medium toasted French oak barrels for 18 months.

Features Salton Gerações Paulo Salton
Complex bouquet with aromas of toasted almonds, nuts, tobacco and chocolate, fruit compote and black fruit (blackberry, blueberry, plum), soft on the palate as the result of its ripe tannins and lingering aftertaste.

Red meat, pasta Bolognese, spicy meat and game. Strong spicy foods in general.

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Product category: Campanha

Salton Talento

Composition: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Tannat

Grapes are hand-harvested and the best bunches and berries are selected. After a pre-fermentative maceration, the must is fermented and macerated for up to 20 days. After the spontaneous clarification the wine is stored in new medium toasted French oak barrels for a year, and then another year in our cellars.

Features Salton Talento
Clear, with intense purple color with bouquet reminiscent of dark plum, tasted almond and raisin, small black fruit (cassis, mulberry, blueberry and raspberry), hits of violet, chocolate, eucalyptus, mushroom and nuts. Deep eucalyptus flavor on the palate with striking soft silky tannins. Excellent fruity aftertaste and lingering finish.

Red meat, game, strong cheese and pasta with red souce.

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Product category: Campanha

Salton Virtude Chardonnay

Composition: Chardonnay

Grapes were pressed whole in pneumatic presses and after natural clarification, the must was fermented with selected yeasts in new oak barrels (50% French oak and 50% American oak). It remained in contact with the yeast for six months before bottling.

Features Salton Virtude Chardonnay
Light yellow colored. It has aromas reminiscent of pineapple, butter, green apple, melon and distinctive aroma of honey, vanilla, coconut, nuts and toasted bread, in addition to mineral notes. Well-balanced and structured flavor, with firm acidity, leaving pleasant sensation of fruit and spice in the mouth.

White meat (chicken and fish), soup (rice, vegetables and capeletti), cheese (Camembert, Brie and aged cheese), pasta with red or white sauce, cassoulet, ricotta ravioli and cannelloni.

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About us

Company details

More than 100 years of history

Salton’s history started in Italy in 1878 when Antonio Domenico Salton left the town of Cison di Valmarino in the Veneto region looking for better opportunities in Brazil.

He settled in the Italian Dona Isabel colony, in Rio Grande do Sul, today called Bento Gonçalves.

The company was officially established in 1910 by the brothers Paulo, Ângelo, João, Cézar, Luiz and Antônio who formalized the business started by their father, immigrant Antonio Domenico Salton - an amateur winemaker, just like most Italian immigrants. The bothers started to grow grapes and produce still and sparkling wines and vermouth under the brand "Paulo Salton & Irmãos", downtown Bento Gonçalves.

A century after its establishment, Salton is considered one of the major wineries in Brazil. The list of achievements achieved during these 100 years of history includes the fact that the company is a 100% Brazilian family business. Run by the third generation, both the unit in Bento Gonçalves and in São Paulo, the fourth generation is already in place, showing the same commitment and dedication of their predecessors.

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