|Article:||Pisco Alto del Carmen Especial 35%|
|Region:||Huasco Valley, Mount Alto del Carmen|
|Characteristics:||Pressed to 100% from the Rosa Moscatel and then improved in barrels made of American oak. |
|Taste:||Fine fruit with distinctive muscatel note and balanced tannins. Gentle and round. |
|Drink-recommendation:||As long drink or classical as Pisco Sour.|
The Chilean national liquor Pisco has its origin in Peru and got its name of the port Pisco. The wine-growing area starts about 500 km north of Santiago de Chile, where the muscat grape grows, which is used for the distillation. Base of the Pisco is a distillate, produced according to the classic cognac method.