It all started with his grandfather Alexandre Garcia Capelo, who was a small coﬀee producer. His son, Antonio Wander Garcia, is an agricultural engineer researcher in fertility area in coﬀee and nutrition, following in the footsteps of his father, he became a producer who dedicated his life to know and produce coﬀee. Now, he is helped by his son André Luiz Alvarenga Garcia who is also an agricultural engineer, a researcher specialized in pruning and producing. Throughout this story with the coﬀee cultivation, many stories were lived and the family remained united in this activity that generated prosperity not only to them but also to all who have been connected, always seeking respect, humility, and dignity.
The family is focused on improving the living conditions of all workers and their families. Over time, the green areas were expanded, with insula on and plan ng trees along the springs. Changes such as the use of organic ma er to the revitalization of the coﬀee plantations, reducing the use of agrochemicals and constant testes ng of new crops with resistance to rust, drought and nematodes are made. Sul de Minas is the most important coffee production center in Brazil with about 14 cities, and the region accounts on average, 30 % of Brazilian production of coffee. Among the factors that contribute to South of Minas has increased competitiveness in coffee production are the climate and soil; infrastructure of the properties; varying production systems; tradition and sustainability. The mountainous terrain is ideal for coffee production. The altitude varies from 950 to 1300 meters and the annual temperature stays around 22 to 24ºC.