Distilled entirely from wine and unaltered without even the addition of water. Caravedo Piscos are a mixable and versatile white spirit dedicated to honoring the spirit of tradition, craft, and adventure.
Nestled in the Ica Valley of Peru, amidst the foothills of the Andes, lies the oldest, continuously operating distillery in the Americas–Hacienda La Caravedo established in 1684. Caravedo Piscos are handcrafted in small batches with the same quality, authenticity, and heritage distinctive to Hacienda La Caravedo. Resulting in the most exquisite expression of Peru’s national spirit, pisco.
Pisco can boast what only a handful of other spirits enjoy: a Denomination of Origin. This means, quite simply, that all pisco must be made in a speciﬁc region and under the strictest of guidelines. All piscos are made in distilleries along the southwestern coast of Peru and must be distilled from any of eight speciﬁc aromatic and non-aromatic grape varietals: Quebranta, Negra Criolla, Mollar, Italia, Moscatel, Albilla, Torontel, and Uvina.