The Rare Cachaças
Santo Grau’s line of special cachaça aged by the traditional system of Solera in barrels (Sherry Oak Casks) that aged wines from Jerez, Spain.
Our cachaças always have a story to tell in their recipes. Produced in centenary mills and always crafted with respect to the origins and thirst for innovation, our labels stand out for their care in the production process. From the Cachaças Raras de Engenho line, the Santo Grau Solera Pedro Ximenes (PX) and the Santo Grau Solera Cinco Botas are produced at the Itirapuã mill, in São Paulo.
The two cachaças are produced through a dynamic aging process unique to the region of Jerez, called Solera. With barrels stacked in a line, old and new liquids blend together to always ensure the same quality. And all this happens under the diligent care of the Figueiredo Cristófani family, who have five generations taking care of mills with the same dedication to the art of crafting striking and tasty cachaça.
Santo Grau Solera Pedro Ximenes is aged in the same barrels used in the production of Jerez’s oldest wine, Pedro Ximenes. It is a soft drink, naturally sweetened with the essence of wine and grape characteristics.
The Santo Grau Solera Cinco Botas is aged in the same barrels used in the production of the traditional Jerez Oloroso wine. It’s a woody drink that presents unique aromas and toasted notes in its flavor.