Good Moment

Our cachaça is the result of a family tradition of Italian immigrants, with 22 years of history.



Good moment

“Our cachaça is the result of a family tradition of Italian immigrants, with over 22 years of history. And in this journey, we have been able to develop award-winning artisanal cachaças in Brazil and around the world. And we will continue our history from generation to generation creating the best cachaças!”
– Ricardo Sorato

Our story came to life

Amidst a culture and landscape that would naturally inspire wine production, in the heart of the Goethe Grape Valley, our Italian immigrant family invests in the manufacture of a typically Brazilian beverage: the cachaça.
From the dedication and work of our Sorato family, Cachaça Imigrante was born, baptized to celebrate the customs of our ancestors who pioneered the region and built the history of this land.

In 1887, the Italian immigrants Giovani and Tereza Sorato, coming from the city of Santa Maria Di Sala in the province of Venice in the Veneto Region, arrived in Brazil in the port of Rio de Janeiro, then came to the famous Azambuja colony in the South of Santa Catarina where they were allocated in the community of Ribeirão D’ Area, a region that was part of the municipality of Tubarão and today belongs to the city of Pedras Grandes.

The Cachaçaria is located on the same land where the ancestors of the Sorato family pioneered and made this fertile land, supporting their families and contributing to the development of the region. In the third house built by the Immigrant family, José João Sorato was born, married to Maria Frason Sorato who had 8 children. João died prematurely, and Maria raised her eight children, being one of these’ father of the founding partners of Cachaça Imigrante. And, on this same site was later built the headquarters of Cachacaria Imigrante. That is why we use our name to honor the memory of people who left their home, and cleared virgin lands building our history with hard work and struggle.

Our industry is located in the city of Pedras Grandes, near Serra do Rio Do Rastro, and 160 km from Florianópolis, capital of Santa Catarina State.

Award-Winning Cachaças
Years of Tradition
Satisfied Customers

Still and sugarcane field

Excellence in Cultivation and Purity

Our Imigrante Cachaca is distilled in a copper still and then stored in different barrels, made of typical Brazilian and imported woods such as Amburana, Balsam and Oak. The Silver Cachaca is stored in stainless steel drums, where it maintains its original characteristics.
During the maturation period of sugarcane, which occurs in the second half of the year, technical measurements of the saccharose indices are initiated to determine the start of the cutting period, which only occurs when the ideal maturation of the plant is reached.
We care about quality, from the selection of the variety and cultivation of sugarcane to the production and storage of our Cachacas, select and awarded in the country and the world!
They have unique and peculiar flavors, the result of our dedication and care in the production of each type of Cachaca!

Discover our cachaças

Cachaça Extra Premium

Cachaça Special Edition

Cachaça Balsam

Cachaça Oak or Gold

Cachaça Prata

Cachaça Amburana


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Double Blue​

  • 50 ml Imigrante Cachaça
  • 30 ml Blue Orange Liqueur
  • Fill with Blue Energy Drink
  • Ice

Place the cachaça, the blue orange liqueur (blue curaçao) in a glass, add with ice, and top off with energy drink.

Ribeira Brisa

  • 50 ml Imigrante Cachaça
  • 50 g of Orange (fresh fruit) or 30 ml of juice
  • 10 ml Lemon juice
  • 3 Mint leaves
  • Blue energy drink (to complete)

Cut a thick slice of pear orange. Peel and seed it and place it in a tall glass. Crush it to extract the juice from the fruit. Add the freshly squeezed lemon juice, and the mint leaves. Just beat it to release the flavor and aroma. Add the cachaça and ice. Stir well. Finally, add the cold blue energy drink until it's complete.

Citrus Passion

  • 60 ml Imigrante Cachaça
  • 30 ml Lemon juice
  • 30 ml Orange juice
  • 25 ml Passionfruit syrup

1 portion of passionfruit pulp with 2 portions of sugar. Boil until it becomes a syrup. Reserve and let it cool.

In a shaker, add the ingredients with ice and shake. Serve in a low glass with ice, preferably strained.

Passion Fruit Sour

  • 50 ml Imigrante Cachaça 30
  • ml Passion fruit juice
  • 15 ml Lemon juice
  • 1 Spoon of sugar

Add all ingredients with ice to the shaker. Vigorously shake, double strain.


  • 50 ml of Imigrante Prata Cachaça
  • 25 ml of Goethe Wine Reduction
  • 50 ml of Sparkling Water
  • 1 strip of Tahiti Lime peel

In a pan, 400 ml of dry Goethe wine + 50g of regular refined sugar. Bring to heat and stir to dissolve the sugar. Boil for 30 minutes over low heat. Let it cool and bottle.

In a pre-cooled white wine glass, add ice to fill it, then add the cachaça and wine reduction, and stir well. Finish with sparkling water (be careful not to add too much). Stir lightly with a spoon, making two gentle lifts from the bottom to the top.

Using a vegetable peeler or knife, remove a strip of lime peel, gently squeeze it over the glass, interlace the peel, and drop it into the drink. That's it! Cheers!

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