Pisco is the most famous and demanded eau de vie in Chile, greatly surpassing other spirits. On the international level, it has also awaken the interest of barmen, oenologists, and mixology professionals.
This product is the result of the hard work of over 2,800 pisco grape producers from the valleys of Copiapo, Huasco, Elqui, Limari, and Choapa, located in the northern Chilean regions of Atacama and Coquimbo.
Pisco much more than a high-quality eau de vie.
In Chile, Pisco is the Designation of Origin given to a wine spirit made of aromatic grapes, which are grown and processed in the regions of Atacama and Coquimbo. It is the World’s second oldest Designation of Origin, and the first in the American Continent, signed in 1931 by the then President, Carlos Ibañez del Campo.
This regulation sets the strict quality standards for the pisco crafting, which are followed up to the present day. The dedication and superb quality of pisco has materialized in the shape of the highest awards in the most respected international competitions.