Santo Grau Cachaca

Santo Grau Cachaca

Santo Grau has Brazilian flavor in its roots. Made with ingredients and methods typical of the region of each of its mills and with the care that only the artisanal method allows, Santo Grau is the legitimate cachaça of origin. It bears on its labels the DOCG seal, or Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita.

This means that the cachaça is produced according to local traditions, be the natural, historical or human. It is the guarantee that the drink served in your glass is the traditional and unique Santo Grau. Santo Grau Cachaça was created from a rigorous selection of the most traditional and smaller historical mills in the country. Valuing each origin and its history, the brand counts on the traditions passed down from generation to generation through alembic masters and their families. Santo Grau Cachaças have artisanal processes of production, which follow the traditions of each producing region. Starting with planting, milling and careful harvesting of the sugarcane, and using methods of traditional fermentation using natural yeast. In distillation, made in copper stills heated by manually controlled fire, on average 15% of the initial volume of fermented sugarcane juice is utilized, the supersum of the Heart of Cachaça.

Santo Grau Cachaca

Santo Grau has Brazilian flavor in its roots. Made with ingredients and methods typical of the region of each of its mills and with the care that only the artisanal method allows, Santo Grau is the legitimate cachaça of origin. It bears on its labels the DOCG seal, or Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita.

This means that the cachaça is produced according to local traditions, be the natural, historical or human. It is the guarantee that the drink served in your glass is the traditional and unique Santo Grau. Santo Grau Cachaça was created from a rigorous selection of the most traditional and smaller historical mills in the country. Valuing each origin and its history, the brand counts on the traditions passed down from generation to generation through alembic masters and their families. Santo Grau Cachaças have artisanal processes of production, which follow the traditions of each producing region. Starting with planting, milling and careful harvesting of the sugarcane, and using methods of traditional fermentation using natural yeast. In distillation, made in copper stills heated by manually controlled fire, on average 15% of the initial volume of fermented sugarcane juice is utilized, the supersum of the Heart of Cachaça.