Pisco Lunas – The peruvian Pisco from Ica Valley

Pisco Lunas – The peruvian Pisco from Ica Valley

Our Story

Pisco Lunas comes from the original region of Pisco from the traditional Casa Sotelo in Ica. Pisco Lunas is an Acholado, a blend, a cuvee of a special kind, because the combination of the different grape varieties. Five Peruvian grape variety give Pisco Lunas its soul: Quebranta (50%), Torontel (30%), Italia (10%), Moscatel (5%) and Albilla (5%).

Torontel, Italia, Moscatel and Albilla give Aroma, Quebranta the body. The aromatic vines create a floral and fruity note: lime, lemon, orange peel, tangerine, peach and honey. Quebranta serves Pisco Lunas with nuts, almonds, pecans, bananas, geranium and chocolate and donates some hearty notes: green olive, sea algae, but also a hint of mango and apple. During production, the sugar is completely fermented, so that Pisco Lunas contains intensity and a strong character.

Pisco Lunas is crystal clear and bright. Its smell touches the nose with an intense sensation. The aromatic vines Italia and Torontel develop vigorously. Full of intensity, the lips are touched by Pisco Lunas. In the mouth and palate, its aroma composition is distributed symmetrically. All his notes are unfolding. The character of the Quebranta with its dry touch completes the taste experience. A few seconds after the finish, the intensity evaporates and the taste of blond vines remains.

Our Story

Pisco Lunas comes from the original region of Pisco from the traditional Casa Sotelo in Ica. Pisco Lunas is an Acholado, a blend, a cuvee of a special kind, because the combination of the different grape varieties. Five Peruvian grape variety give Pisco Lunas its soul: Quebranta (50%), Torontel (30%), Italia (10%), Moscatel (5%) and Albilla (5%).

Torontel, Italia, Moscatel and Albilla give Aroma, Quebranta the body. The aromatic vines create a floral and fruity note: lime, lemon, orange peel, tangerine, peach and honey. Quebranta serves Pisco Lunas with nuts, almonds, pecans, bananas, geranium and chocolate and donates some hearty notes: green olive, sea algae, but also a hint of mango and apple. During production, the sugar is completely fermented, so that Pisco Lunas contains intensity and a strong character.

Pisco Lunas is crystal clear and bright. Its smell touches the nose with an intense sensation. The aromatic vines Italia and Torontel develop vigorously. Full of intensity, the lips are touched by Pisco Lunas. In the mouth and palate, its aroma composition is distributed symmetrically. All his notes are unfolding. The character of the Quebranta with its dry touch completes the taste experience. A few seconds after the finish, the intensity evaporates and the taste of blond vines remains.

Pisco Lunas
Awards

Our Pisco is produced exclusively from the best grapes to the highest quality standards. We are proud of our annual international awards.

Pisco Lunas
Awards

Our Pisco is produced exclusively from the best grapes to the highest quality standards. We are proud of our annual international awards.

“Peruvian National Drink”
The Pisco Sour is the most famous and popular Pisco-based cocktail. In Peru, the Pisco Sour is served as an aperitif for almost every occasion and used as an opportunity to toast.

Chilcano Clásico

This refreshing mixed drink is one of the most popular in Peru and, like the Pisco Sour, is a wonderful aperitif.

Maracuja Sour

Passion fruit sour A tasty and popular variation of the Pisco Sour!

Capitan

A popular variation of the Manhattan cocktail in Peru.

Pisco Punch

The fruity-refreshing Pisco Punch has a very long tradition. It was invented in San Francisco at the end of the 19th century and was very popular right from the start. Since then, several variants have developed, of which we would like to introduce one here.

pisco Sour

“Peruvian National Drink”
The Pisco Sour is the most famous and popular Pisco-based cocktail. In Peru, the Pisco Sour is served as an aperitif for almost every occasion and used as an opportunity to toast.

Chilcano Clásico

This refreshing mixed drink is one of the most popular in Peru and, like the Pisco Sour, is a wonderful aperitif.

Maracuja Sour

Passion fruit sour A tasty and popular variation of the Pisco Sour!

Capitan

A popular variation of the Manhattan cocktail in Peru.

Pisco Punch

The fruity-refreshing Pisco Punch has a very long tradition. It was invented in San Francisco at the end of the 19th century and was very popular right from the start. Since then, several variants have developed, of which we would like to introduce one here.

Pisco
The Name

The name Pisco is several hundred years old. He means in Quechua, the language of the Incas, “flying bird”. “Pisco” the Incas called the coastal region around the present port city of Pisco south of Lima due to their abundance of birds. During colonial times, high quality vessels for distillates were produced around the city of Pisco and shipped to Europe. The Spanish galleys, which transported the production of grape spirits from the colonies to Europe, bore the inscription “de Piscu” as the Denomination of Origin. Since then, the name “Pisco” or “Pisquillo” stands for the urperuan grape brandy. His name is his origin.

Pisco
The Name

The name Pisco is several hundred years old. He means in Quechua, the language of the Incas, “flying bird”. “Pisco” the Incas called the coastal region around the present port city of Pisco south of Lima due to their abundance of birds. During colonial times, high quality vessels for distillates were produced around the city of Pisco and shipped to Europe. The Spanish galleys, which transported the production of grape spirits from the colonies to Europe, bore the inscription “de Piscu” as the Denomination of Origin. Since then, the name “Pisco” or “Pisquillo” stands for the urperuan grape brandy. His name is his origin.

Pisco Lunas
The myth

Pisco comes from a magical area, a special place close to the Pacific Ocean. The nights in the Ica Valley are foggy, the strong moonshine breaks its way to the Pisco grapes and brightens them to the rhythm of the tides. Legend says that Mama Quilla, the guardian of the night and the feast, watches over the balance of natural forces that nourish the pisco vine. The sun of Icas, the salty sea breeze, the desert-like earth, the humidity of the nights and the bright moonshine in the rhythm of the tides give the pisco-vines their character.

Pisco grapes grow under unique natural conditions. The climatic conditions protect them from natural enemies. Pisco grapes are a pure natural product.

Pisco Lunas
The myth

Pisco comes from a magical area, a special place close to the Pacific Ocean. The nights in the Ica Valley are foggy, the strong moonshine breaks its way to the Pisco grapes and brightens them to the rhythm of the tides. Legend says that Mama Quilla, the guardian of the night and the feast, watches over the balance of natural forces that nourish the pisco vine. The sun of Icas, the salty sea breeze, the desert-like earth, the humidity of the nights and the bright moonshine in the rhythm of the tides give the pisco-vines their character.

Pisco grapes grow under unique natural conditions. The climatic conditions protect them from natural enemies. Pisco grapes are a pure natural product.

Contact us

We are pleased to stay in touch with you!

Pisco Bar Trading GmbH

Stegstraße 33
60594 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

Phone: +49 69 663 690 60
E-Mail: info@piscobar.club

     

Contact us

We are pleased to stay in touch with you!

Pisco Bar Trading GmbH

Stegstraße 33
60594 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

Phone: +49 69 663 690 60
E-Mail: info@piscobar.club