Chilean Pisco is a distillate mainly of grapes from the Moscatel family, which are grown primarily in the semi-arid "little North" zone of Chile. Chile claims Pisco as its own, protecting its quality through strict adherence to regulations which permit production and processing only in the administrative regions of Coquimbo and Atacama.
Alto del Carmen is produced just outside of Vicuna in the beautiful Elqui Valley. This example is made from hand harvested muscat grapes, distilled in copper pot stills then rested in American oak barrels. Expect an easy-drinking, lightly fruity Pisco that's endlessly mixable. 35% Alc./Vol.
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