Pisco means "bird" in the language of the Peruvian natives and is a grape spirit from South America, Peru, which was already produced in the 16th century. In Peru, "Acholado" is the name given to pisco, which is made from at least two grape varieties, i.e. a blend or cuvée of different grapes, grape must or distilled pisco. Barsol Acholado is a Pisco made from Quebranta, Italia and Torontel grapes. Pisco Acholado is considered "the aromatic" among the Barsol Piscos. Awards: - GOLD at Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2009 - GOLD at the San Francisco World Spirit Competition 2007 - SILVER at the San Francisco World Spirit Competition 2007 - SILVER at the Concurso Nacional Del Pisco 2005Tasting notes:Color: Clear. Nose: Fine floral, notes of grapes, dried fruit. Taste: Elegant, spicy, full-bodied. Finish: Long lasting. Best enjoyed pure or as a Pisco cocktail.