History of the farm
Centenary Fazenda Santa Alina is located among the mountains in Vale da Grama, in which the daily coffees of the mountains are born and reborn. This is the Brazil that works, that received Italian immigrants, where the culture is honored. The colony had 70 houses, a life of work, plenty and dances, a time of sharecroppers, nowadays it’s natural to receive grandparents who lived on the farm and arrive to share with their families their origins, a grateful movement that the land thanks. Times changed, the Italians dazzled the cities, many families lived on the farm and the 70 houses still stand, with 30 families occupying them nowadays.
The producers are coffee, they are cared for by the land and the mountains.
During crop treatment, the coffee is watered carefully so it is comfortable to grow.
But it’s during the harvest that the farm flourishes, it changes the daily rhythm, the body, the sweetness.
There are 2 hectares of 120-year-old coffee out of a total area of 243 hectares of coffee. The varieties planted are red and yellow Bourbon, Catuaí, Mundo Novo and Arara. The producers believe in cycles, so far from the urban world
Each cup that the consumer tastes represents Saint Alina. During the harvest, the farm employs 100 families, multiplied by 4 members, each cup brings dignity through work to 400 people. Fazenda Santa Alina is the Brazil that works!
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São Sebastião da Grama - SP, Média Mogiana, Brazil