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Distilled Spirits – Brandy – Peruvian Pisco (1)

Sourvenir de Pisco, PISCO

Distilled Spirits – Brandy – Peruvian Pisco (1) Peruvian Pisco stands as a jewel of designation of origin, reserving its exclusivity for the grape brandy produced in Peruvian territory since the early 16th century. This emblematic distillation, rooted in tradition, is extracted from the fermented wine of certain grape varieties belonging to Vitis vinifera. Its […]

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Distilled Spirits – Brandy – Chilean Pisco (9) 

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Distilled Spirits – Brandy – Chilean Pisco (9) The Aroma Wheel of Chilean Pisco The Aroma Wheel, traditionally used in beverage tasting, compiles a list of terms representing the perceivable aromas in the drink. The objectivity of this method lies in the fact that these aromas have recognizable natural references for the majority of people.

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Distilled Spirits – Brandy – Chilean Pisco (8)

Pisco Sour

Distilled Spirits – Brandy – Chilean Pisco (8) Routes of Pisco in Chile The routes or tourist circuits associated with pisco-related activities in Chile are located in the Atacama and Coquimbo Regions: Huasco Valley The Pisco Route of the Huasco Valley is associated with the production of small pisco distilleries. It starts from the city

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Distilled Spirits – Brandy – Chilean Pisco (7)

Distilled Spirits – Brandy – Chilean Pisco (7) Production Regions of Chilean Pisco The production area of Chilean pisco, known as the “pisco-producing zone,” was established by Decree with Force of Law 181 on May 15, 1931. This area covers the provinces of Atacama and Coquimbo, which correspond to the current regions of Atacama and

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Distilled Spirits – Brandy – Chilean Pisco (6)

Distilled Spirits – Brandy – Chilean Pisco (6) Chilean pisco is a spirit produced through the distillation of genuine potable wine. Its production process consists of four main stages: cultivation and harvesting of pisco grapes, vinification for pisco purposes, distillation of the wine to obtain pisco, and finally, packaging into consumer units. These activities are

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