Pisco is a grape brandy produced in Chile and Peru. It came about in the 16th century, when the conquistadores who had colonised the region began to grow grapes to make wine. The results were then distilled to create pisco. Read More »
A luxury pisco, remarkably smooth and delicately flavoured. Crafted in copper potstills from the fermented juice of Muscat grapes grown in the Chilean Andes. IWSC 2011 Gold Medal Winner - Best in Class
Capel's Transparent Double Distilled Pisco is a grape brandy from Chile. Made using Pedro Ximenez grapes which are double distilled and then triple filtered, resulting in an elegant and remarkably pure Pisco.
A limited edition Pisco from Capel. Made using three varieties of Moscatel, namely de Austria, Alejandria and Rosada. Aged for a year in both new and refill American oak and French holm oak, this has notes of vanilla, coffee and smoke.
A premium Chilean pisco from the Camposano family, now on to their 5th generation in the business. Waqar is made using Muscat wine and is distilled in small batches to produce a natural and aromatic pisco. San Francisco WSC - Best Pisco
Pisco Porton is produced in the heart of the Andes Mountains of Peru. Made in small batches (with 15lb of grapes needed for each bottle), it is rested for months after distillation for complexity and roundness.