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Campos Altos Village

In the Cerrado Mineiro state of Brazil is the Campos Altos region, filled with a collection of wonderful coffee-producing villages. The high altitudes, and flat plateaus make for ideal land to grow coffee. Our exporting partners in Brazil, Bourbon, work with three amazing producers in this region, and have created this Natural Red Catuaí lot, a harmonious blend from each of the farms.
Read further to learn more about each of these producers who are a part of the Campos Altos Village lot.

  • Farm Campos Altos Village
  • Varietal Red Catuai
  • Process Natural
  • Altitude 1,000 to 1,150 metres above sea level
  • Town / City Campos Altos
  • Region Cerrado Mineiro
  • Owner Various
  • Tasting Notes Raisin, panettone, dried fruit
  • Farm Size 206 hectares in total
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Campos Altos Village

Vargem Grande

This farm is owned by Nilzo Nicomendes Lopes on his 50 hectares of land at 1,110 metres above sea level. He primarily grows Red Bourbon and Red Catuaí; and 33 hectares of his land are solely dedicated to coffee.

Santa Bárbara das Guaritas

Alex Henrique Pereira and Rafael Elias Pereira own this 56-hectare farm, growing coffee at 1,150 metres above sea level. Roughly 29.5 hectares of their land is dedicated to coffee, where they grow primarily Red Catuaí and Red Bourbon.

Três Irmãos

This 100-hectare farm is owned and managed by Aderito Salgado de Oliveira, growing Red Bourbon and Red Catuaí. 70 hectares of his land is planted in coffee at 1,100 metres above sea level.

About Brazil

Coffee was introduced to the country back in the early 18th century, which rapidly spread throughout Brazil, making it the leading producer of coffee worldwide.

Additionally, Brazil is the only country to utilize mechanized harvesting tools to assist with the extensive coffee fields. The flat topography of the country allows for the ease of machines to slowly comb through the coffee trees and remove ripe cherries. Advanced agricultural technology has allowed for the even harvesting of cherries and prevents uneven harvesting.

Today, the well-known coffee producing regions are Espirito Santo, São Paulo, Minas Gerais, and Bahia.