This new lot is coming from a small family-run farm situated in the Sul De Minas region of Brazil. This mountainous terrain surrounds the 75-hectare estate is ideal for coffee production.
The history of this farm began with Mr. Alexandre Garcia Capelo, who was a small coffee farmer. He had his job with his son, Antonio Wander Garcia, who decided to commit his life to coffee production.
Bringing all his background as an agronomist, Antonio Wander's son, André, dedicated himself to applying the techniques learned in planting and reaped good results with the applied technology.
All Vale do Sol crops undergo cyclical pruning in the zero-harvest system.
They cultivate banana trees as natural barriers to the wind. Cultivars with natural resistance to pests and diseases were planted, with an almost organic crop formation.
The Vale Do Sol farm has an annual production of only 1200 bags. The coffees produced by them are full-bodied, sweet, with a hint of chocolate in taste.