Sagatiba is a superior cachaça crafted from fresh sugar cane grown in the farmlands of Minas Gerais, Brazil. A vision brought to life in 2004 by Brazilian entrepreneur Marcos de Moraes, Sagatiba is translated to mean ‘the infinite search for quality and good’. Fusing more than 500 years of Brazilian cachaça-making tradition with the pursuit of progress, Sagatiba is now recognized as a central to the evolution of cachaça and its newfound role as an innovative modern day spirit. Sagatiba offers both an un-aged distilled white cachaça (Pura) and a pot-still distilled aged cachaça (Velha).
Sagatiba is owned by Gruppo Campari.