Located in the mountainous region to the south of Minas in Brazil, Fazenda Sertaozinho have been producing high quality Arabica coffees since 1948. Sertaozinho now has 160 employees and 370 hectares of coffee producing land.
Manager and agronomist, José Renato Gonçalves Dias, takes great pride managing the Fazenda in an ecologically responsible manner with the objective of preserving the life of the fertile soil for years to come.
Every step from planting to drying is all done by hand. This process allows for a selective harvest by only hand-picking the ripe cherries. After hand picking and pulping the coffee is then dried on traditional Brazilian patios Such care in the processing stage certainly shows in the cup.