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Adega Maziero, Jundiai

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  • Super nice place for wine tasting. The tour is free and you can serve the will, take any wine or another drink, for free. I suggest take the "marula" homemade (not tasting) which costs only $ $30. The 5 l bottles come out by R $80, very fair price!
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  • I know for some time and always come back! The location is very nice from the outside, inside the wineries and the drums are an attraction. Has free wine tasting which causes the place is full. In addition to wine, spirits and other cachaças's products. The wine is of quality and fair price. Too bad we don't accept cards.
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  • I went for the first time and I really enjoyed the site, has a great variety of wines and juices to buy and we can try (for free). The place is busy on the weekends, increasing on Sunday.
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  • Local winemaker with good and quality products. It is a dive into the history of Jundiai and the italian immigration to this region.
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  • Wine tasting, this Winery is famous for having the wine chosen by the Pope's visit to Brazil. Mr Mazziero is very nice, the wines are wonderful, bought grape jelly and a biscuit made of delicious brandy. If the Jundiai has to go there!
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  • Service excellent pleasant people. Great wines can be tasted and will in place clean environment with parking lot. Just not accept card.
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  • The wines are great. and, the jellies very hot. Worth a visit. People very nice tbm.
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Where to stay in Jundiai

Plenty of high-rises poke up from Jundiai's skyline, and among them are several big-name international hotel chains. For easy access to the city core, consider staying in one of these large-scale hotels, most of which lie in the centrally located Vila Boaventura and Vila Argos Nova neighborhoods. In the countryside around town, plenty of rural guesthouses, farmhouses, and eco-lodges--sometimes known as "pousadas"--offer rustic charm and lower prices. To see local industries in action, consider staying on a local fruit farm.
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