Pisco is a South American brandy distilled from fermented grape juice using specific grape varietals. It has been produced exclusively in Peru and Chile for centuries. Both countries lay claim to pisco's origins and adhere to regulations that produce distinct styles. The taste varies, ranging from a semi-sweet to dry eau-de-vie. It's most famous for the pisco sour cocktail, Chile’s national drink.
Miguel Torres Chile - El Gobernador Pisco