Friday, September 23, 2011


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.

Small batches of pisco WAQAR are distilled in Tulahuén under the supervision of the distillation master, who, guided by his experience and sense of pisco flow, controls the fire that gently embraces the big copper cauldron on its clay oven. This allows for the gradual evaporation of the wine. Height above sea level facilitates the evaporation of wine components using milder temperatures, while the cold water from the cordillera maintain the gradual depuration of positive wine aromas, collecting only alcohol´s 47%, only the heart of the wine.

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