Founded in 1989 by Ludovico Casagranda, the Casagranda Juice Industry and Commerce is located in the Gaúcha Mountain Range, in Flores da Cunha, known as the largest wine producing municipality in Brazil.
Casagranda preserves its Italian roots from the ancestores that were dedicated to the culture of grape juice making. The raw material is manually harvested by growers from the region, that take the grapes from the vineyards to the company, where the production process begins.
Careful work and attention to quality during the juice making lead to a differentiated product, unique in the market that has won several awards.
The company is self-sufficient in electrical energy, relying on a photovoltaic system of 180 plates that generate a monthly average of 7,000kWh, making its energy source sunny.