Pisco Demonio de los Andes Quebranta is a Peruvian brandy made by distilling Quebranta grape must.
It is a high quality Pisco made from a single grape variety, grown in the Tacama vineyard, the oldest vineyard in Peru.
The name "Demonio de Los Andes", which literally translates as "Devil of the Andes", was originally given to Francisco de Carvajal, a Spanish soldier known for his ferocity in battle, military skills and passion for wine. When he could not access Spanish wine in Peru, he consumed the local drink made by the indigenous people, which could be considered a prelude to pisco.
This particular grape distillate is created exclusively using the Quebranta grape, a Peruvian variety highly valued by pisco distillers and sometimes referred to as "the original pisco grape". This grape is perfectly adapted to the Peruvian climate, which ensures the creation of a more authentic Peruvian pisco. Made from grapes sourced from vineyards over 120 years old, this grape is the supreme choice for pisco connoisseurs.
Quebranta Demonio de los Andes Pisco Tasting Notes
It offers an abundant and intense aroma of ripe banana, toffee and dried fruits such as walnuts and pecans. On the palate, it has a refined and pleasant texture with subtle nuances of blond tobacco and dried fruits.