Brazil Vinhal Lot#16 Triple Fermentation Washed

Brazil Vinhal Lot#16 Triple Fermentation Washed

in Tasting notes + farm info

Origin : Brazil

Region: Cerrado Mineiro

Altitude: 980 meters above sea level

Producer: Rafael Vinhal

Variety: Topazio

Process: Triple Fermentation Washed

Tasting Notes: Clean, light and delicate with notes of lemongrass, florals, grape, limencello and tropicals.

Processing details:

1. Mechanical harvest

2. Washed to select ripe cherries

3. Dry anaerobic fermentation 56 hours

4. Thermal shock

5. Depulped

6. Anaerobic fermentation with water 120 hours

7. Centrifuged

8. Dried on raised beds 21 days

Since 1988 Vinhal Farm has been producing very high quality coffees in the heart of Minas Gerais state, in Cerrado Mineiro Region - Brazil. Throughout this trajectory they have improved their work and adopted the best sustainability practices and respect for people and the environment. They are a family running a business and everyone who works in the farm is absolutely passionate about their coffee.

Their properties are certified by Rainforest Alliance, 4C and Certifica Minas. With great care and relying on innovative craft production, they do their best to ensure that their coffees stand out both in the domestic and foreign markets, and they are very proud of all the awards they have already won in some of the main quality contests in Brazil.

They are sure that their product really stands out for its extremely different aromas
and flavors. Sustainability and Quality are their main focuses - their properties
(Recanto Farm and Estrela Farm) have three different independent certifications,
two of them international: the Rainforest Alliance, with headquarters in the USA, and the 4C Common Code of the Coffee Community, from Germany; and one of them, national: Certifica Minas, ran by Minas Gerais state.

To achieve and maintain these certifications, they need to comply with a series of
standards regarding issues such as: environmental conservation and sustainable
production, good social practices and working conditions, an efficient management and control system for the entire production chain and, of course, full compliance with all current legislation. Thus, they periodically receive audits on farms to validate the fulfilment of more than 100 evaluation criteria.