Pisco Waqar | About
Pisco WAQAR is the result of a careful process in which innovation and tradition are combined. The wine, especially elaborated for this pisco, derives from hand-picked harvesting of Muscat grapes that grow in century-old vineyards. Combined with the terroir from Tulahuén, an ancient town at the foothill of the Andes Mountains in the northern region of Chile, these grapes have given fame and recognition to Chilean wines and pisco. The quality of Pisco WAQAR lies in a family distillation culture which has been handed down from father to son, for over five generations. We have used state-of-the-art technology and small-batch processing to allow more control over the final product. In this way, what you have in your hands is a unique hand-made pisco, natural and aromatic, with no chemical components.
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About

A long and exciting story is invisibly written within the walls of our distillery, a 160 years family tradition of dedication and contribution to Chilean pisco culture that defines the outstanding quality of our liquid and brings us the echo of all the efforts, joys and achievements of the producers of the past.

Striving

For perfection

Pisco WAQAR is the result of a careful process in which innovation and tradition are combined. Its quality lies in an artisan distillation culture that the Camposano family has handed down from father to son for over five generations. The wine, especially elaborated for this pisco, derives from the hand-picked harvesting of Pink Muscat and Muscat of Alexandria grapes that grow in the surroundings of the distillery, located in the little village of Tulahuén, at the foot of the Andes. After a careful vinification, the premium wine obtained is distilled only once in pot stills, and blended with the fresh mountains’ waters that irrigate the Tulahuén terroir. Our Master Distiller – Jaime Camposano – heats the stills with wood fire and cuts by sensory parameters only in small batches, to have more control over the final product. In this way, a very limpid, aromatic and natural brandy is obtained, that offers all the terroir expression from the lands and clean skies of the Limarí valley.

Brightness and Cleanness

Pisco Waqar is a bright and clean brandy. Its nose is dominated by notes of white flowers, stone fruit, water pear and strawberry, which come across with purity and elegance. In the mouth, it’s smooth and has a good structure, with spicy notes that provide more complexity and a long, delicate finish. These organoleptic qualities stand out among other piscos and are the result of a careful production process oriented to keep the qualities of our muscat grapes, making of Waqar an outstanding expression of its terroir.