Farms

Fazenda Alta Vista


This story begins in 2001 when Robson Vilela bought the property. The first coffee trees were planted in 2004, and in three years the first crop came. At that time, Robson did not have the infrastructure to prepare his coffee.

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Fazenda Capim Seco


Rafael is a very passionate man. He has always had 3 passions: his family, horses and Specialty Coffee. Professionally, it all started 12 years ago, when he started running his horse-breeding farm where he creates only animals from the typical Brazilian Mangalarga Marchador breed, much appreciated by horse racing fans.

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Fazenda Chapada


Marcus was a well-known professional soccer player in the 80’s and 90’s, when he played at some top clubs in Brazil like Vasco da Gama. He was married to Maria Jose Barros Junqueira, whose family was from Carmo de Minas and into coffee farming.

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Fazenda Furnas


Rinaldo de Castro Junqueira comes from a family with a vast coffee producing background that recalls the times of his great-grandfather, who worked as an employee of a farm. His son, Rinaldo’s Grandfather, was the 1st in the family to own a property, which was split to his children after he passed away.

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Fazenda IP


It all started in 1967, when Isidro Pereira, father of Luiz Paulo, bought the farm. By that time, Luiz was still coursing his graduation in agricultural technics and livestock production. 5 years later father and son joined forces to run the farm together.

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Fazenda Irmãs Pereira


Antônio Andrade Pereira Filho and Maria da Conceição Costa Pereira decided to invest on coffee growing in Carmo de Minas in early 70’s. They bought 90 acres of land and started to plant the first seedlings. While those trees grew, the two daughters of the couple were born: Maria Valéria and Maria Rogéria.

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Fazenda Paraiso


This history starts in 1977 when Antonio Fortes bought his first piece of land to produce vegetables, bananas and a small amount of coffee. In the first couple of years he noticed that the coffee growing activities were much more cost-effective and started planting more and more seedlings in the period.

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Fazenda Santa Lucia


Since 15 years of Helcio helped his mother in producing crops and benefiting coffee. In 1976, Helcio married with Glycia Pereira Carneiro, and began to manage the farm Santa Lucia. at that time, there was no real concern about the quality of coffee.

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Fazenda Santuário Sul


The sanctuary farm is a project that was born from a goal of being ahead of market trends. It is not easy to begin planning with plans to bring coffee from different regions of the world to generate a new profile of Brazilian coffee.

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Fazenda Sertão


The history of Fazenda Sertão merges itself with the first steps of coffee growing in Carmo de Minas. From the first generation of coffee growers in the region, José Isidro Pereira learned very soon in his life that living is all about being responsible and joyful at the same time. 

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Fazenda Vale da Lua


It all started back in 2006 when Renato, one of the 3 Fantinato Brothers decided to buy a piece of land to produce coffee. After only 4 years, with no time to runthe farm all by himself, his intention was to sell the property.

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Sitio Boa Vista


The history of Sítio Boa Vista as a coffee producing farm starts in 1976, when Mr.Antônio Andrade Pereira Filho decided to expand the area of the farm he was managing with success: Fazenda do Serrado (actual Fazenda Irmãs Pereira).

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Sítio Divisa


The area is located at an altitude varying between 900 and 1100 meters and has in total about 5 hectares, which produce around 60 bags of coffee per year. The only variety of coffee produced is yellow bourbon.

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Jesimar inherited the property from his grandfather, Vicente Garcia de Oliveira – who planted the first coffee seeds in Sitio São Joaquim back in 1953. Since then, three generations were raised by the income generated by the specialty coffees.

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Sítio Sr. Niquinho


Luiz Paulo is part of the fourth generation of a coffee-producing family. He is graduated in Business Administration and followed a banking career right before moving back to Carmo to work on the family’s legacy. 

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