Pisco is a delicate and translucent brandy touched by the magic of the northern lands of Chile. It has been produced since the times of the Colony (XVI century), when the first families started planting vines in their own haciendas in order to ferment and eventually distillate. From all those centuries’ tradition, we have inherited the wine and pisco culture by which Chile is widely known out of its borders. Pisco is a prominent element of our culture and its fresh and fruity qualities are enjoyed all along our country, sparkling our lively fiestas and defining the ways in which we celebrate with our family and friends.
In 1931, Pisco in Chile was established and created as an Appellation of Origin. In fact, it is the oldest Appellation of Origin in the Americas and the 3rd oldest in the world after Cognac and Armagnac.
Pisco can be enjoyed in cocktails, served straight and cold, without ice or water. It’s perfect for fish based preparations with exotic spices, such as grouper medallions with pink pepper, cebiches with tropical fruits, fresh cheese or desserts with intense fruits such as mango or guayaba.