Sarcay de Azpitia

Pisco Puro de uva Torontel

Sarcay de Azpitiais Pisco Puro is made from a single grape and not a blend. This is the only 100% Spirit of Wine in the world.

Country of origin Peru

The story of Pisco

Pisco is a more than 400 years old transparent and yellowish brandy, which is made in Peru and Chile. Pisco is a national drink, and the recipe is often passed on through families and distilleries along the Peruvian coast. The spirit is made in the wine regions of Peru and Chile, like this Pisco from Sarcay de Acpitia, which is made in Azpitia, 80 km from Lima. Sarcay de Azpitia get their inspiration from the land in Azpitia, which is a fertile valley where terroir allows the grapes to grow with a uniqueness that makes their Pisco one of a kind.

 

Description from the producer

Pisco is defined as “a spirit obtained exclusively from the distillation of recently fermented must of Pisco Grapes using methods that maintain the traditional quality established in the authorized production zones.”

The grapes, which is used to produce wine and Pisco arrived in America from Spain, during the times of the Spanish Colony. 8 grapes varieties are authorized for making Pisco. They are grouped in two types:

Non-aromatic grapes: Quebranta, Mollar, Negra Criolla, Uvina (Sarcay de Azpitia don’t use Criolla and Uvina).

Aromatic grapes: Refers mainly to muscatel varieties, these are: Italia, Moscatel, Torontel, Albilla.

Production process: Pisco is produced from freshly fermented musts (wine) of outhorized Pisco Grapes, distilled in traditional copper stills by discontinuous distillation. Wine is distilled only once in small batches. Pisco must contain between 38-48 percent of alcohol. No water is added to regulate its alcoholic content, it is distilled to proof. No aging is allowed, and use of oak barrels is not permitted. Pisco must rest at least 3 months in glass, stainless steel or non contaminant containers before bottling.

 

Sarcay de Azpitia and their inspiration

Sarcay de Azpitia is a distillery placed in Peru. The decision of making Pisco came many years ago at a friendly family lunch among eight neighbors of Azpitia that shared a common idea: to produce a super premium Pisco – the best among the best, both to drank in Peru and all over the world. From that day, Sarcay the Azpitia was born.

Sarcay de Azpitia get their inspiration from the land in Azpitia, which is a fertile valley where terroir allows the grapes to grow with a uniqueness that makes their Pisco one of a kind.

 

Pisco Puro: This definition is used, when the Pisco is made from only one grape variety (puro).

 

Tasting notes:
Sarcay de Azpitiais Pisco Puro is made from a single grape and not a blend. This is the only 100% Spirit of Wine in the world, and it has delicate touches of flowers and fruits and is a perfect friend for a delightful “Pisco Sour”.

Still Pot
Alcohol 42%
Volume 0,5L
Age unaged
Produced by Sarcay de Azpitia
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About the producer

Sarcay de Azpitia

Sarcay de Azpitia and their inspiration…
Sarcay de Azpitia is placed in Azpitia, 80 km from Lima. At Sarcay de Azpitia they get their inspiration from the land in Azpitia, which is a fertile valley where terroir allows the grapes to grow with a uniqueness that makes their Pisco one of a kind.

The decision of making Pisco came many years ago at a friendly family lunch among eight neighbors of Azpitia that shared a common idea: to produce a super premium Pisco – the best among the best, both to drank in Peru and all over the world. From that day, Sarcay the Azpitia was born.

What is Pisco?
Pisco is a more than 400 years old transparent and yellowish brandy, which is made in Peru and Chile. Pisco is a national drink, and the recipe is often passed on through families and distilleries along the Peruvian coast. The spirit is made in the wine regions of Peru and Chile, like this Pisco from Sarcay de Acpitia, which is made in Azpitia, 80 km from Lima.
Pisco is made from grape wine. In Peru, they often use only one grape type compared to other countries who use more than one grape type.

Description from the producer
Pisco is defined as "a spirit obtained exclusively from the distillation of recently fermented must of Pisco Grapes using methods that maintain the traditional quality established in the authorized production zones."

The grapes, which is used to produce wine and Pisco arrived in America from Spain, during the times of the Spanish Colony. 8 grapes varieties are authorized for making Pisco. They are grouped in two types:

Non-aromatic grapes: Quebranta, Mollar, Negra Criolla, Uvina (Sarcay de Azpitia don't use Criolla and Uvina).

Aromatic grapes: Refers mainly to muscatel varieties, these are: Italia, Moscatel, Torontel, Albilla.

Production process:  Pisco is produced from freshly fermented musts (wine) of outhorized Pisco Grapes, distilled in traditional copper stills by discontinuous distillation. Wine is distilled only once in small batches. Pisco must contain between 38-48 percent of alcohol. No water is added to regulate its alcoholic content, it is distilled to proof. No aging is allowed, and use of oak barrels is not permitted. Pisco must rest at least 3 months in glass, stainless steel or non contaminant containers before bottling.

About the producer

Sarcay de Azpitia

Sarcay de Azpitia get their inspiration from the land in Azpitia, which is a fertile valley where terroir allows the grapes to grow with a uniqueness that makes their Pisco one of a kind.