The Vanalli Family

Source of cachaça

Essential part in Vanalli family history, immigrants from North Italy in the late 19th century, with extensive experience in cultivation.

Taste and tradition

Vanalli and Beija-Flor cachaças are recognized for their outstanding aroma characteristics.

The cachaça production began in the 1980s as a result of years of knowledge in the culture of the best variety of cane sugar, due to the climate, soil and planting techniques of Guarapiranga region.

30 years ago the São Francisco Farm, so named after the patriarch Francisco Vanalli, is the birthplace of cachaça, elected in 2004 the best in the state of São Paulo and silver medal at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2014.

Approved and awarded by leading experts and enthusiasts, the Cachaça from São Francisco Farm, crossed the ocean to support the demanding European market, taking the traditional flavor and smoothness of the real Brazilian cachaça.

1902 - 1990

First owner of the farm, baptized with his name, Francisco Vanalli. In the picture, next to his second wife, Barbara Marianni.

After 1985, Luiz Vanalli takes the administration of the farm and the production of cachaça.

In the beginning the small distillery was composed by 4 wooden tanks with capacity for 1.000 liters each and an copper alembic with capacity for 300 liters.

Currently, Vanalli family, northern italian origin, produces in its products line more than 12 beverage varieties among these white cachaça, aged cachaça and 8 more combined flavors.

First Barrel

The production of the cachaça began in 1985, but its aging only happened after the year of 1992.



The first aged cachaças were tagged with the aging time.



In 2004 it was voted the best cachaça in the state of São Paulo.



Since 2005 is exported to Europe and appreciated in more than 30 countries.


Oak Barrels

In addition to this, to a lesser reserve, also aged in Brazilian woods as: umburana, ipê-amarelo, amedoim e jequitibá rosa.


White Cachaça

Pure in its distillation, itís the most sold cachaça abroad.


Demanding palate

Recognized in Brazil and abroad, cachaça is a genuinely typical Brazilian drink.


30 years

To celebrate the 30 years of the São Francisco distillery, Vanalli cachaça launched in 2015 a special edition for the 30 years.


Aged cachaças categories

The São Francisco distillery ages the most of its cachaças in oak barrels.
In addition to this, to a lesser reserve, also aged in Brazilian woods as: umburana, ipê-amarelo, amedoim e jequitibá rosa.

Aged in oak barrels

Limited production.

Aged in oak barrels

Umburana, ipê-amarelo.

Aged in oak barrels

Amedoim e jequitibá rosa.


Smooth taste and aging aroma.


Cachaça with a soft aroma.


Sharp flavor, color and aroma.

Hours of operation


From 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

From 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.