Rio Grande do Sul (; lit. "Great Southern River") is the southernmost state in Brazil, and the state with the fourth highest Human Development Index (HDI) in the country, and the third and last in the Brazilian South Region. Manuel Sepúlveda, who used the fictitious name or pseudonym José Marcelino de Figueiredo (fictitious name), to hide his identity, was the founder of Porto Alegre and the first governor of the Region. The state contains the southernmost city in the country, Chuí, on the border with Uruguay. Bento Gonçalves and Caxias do Sul form the largest wine producing center in Brazil where the attraction is Italian cuisine.