When Escolástica Álvarez married Rafael Camposano in 1850, two important families were joined and also a whole culture combining the heritage of the Spanish and the Diaguita. Adding to the tenancy of the land a family legacy, the mystique and spirituality of our ancestral communities. The Camposano began to discover in the lands of Tulahuén the riches and the mysteries of a fascinating land. The land, in turn, gave itself magnificently to the hands of young farmers who started making a future in them. The growing of the vine and the crafting of products derived from the grape has kept the family united to these magical northern lands for over 150 years. Five generations of the Camposano family are the protagonists of a story of tradition, family values and identity around an unique liquor branded with the seal of the lands of Tulahuén and the work of its people. Today, with tradition, innovation and passion for the charming lands of Tulahuén, the family is carrying forward the challenge of delivering a Pisco that satisfies the most demanding palates
Clear in colour. The bouquet shows fresh, delicious. Spices (cinnamon, ginger, pepper), very ripe grapes too. This is muscat soaked coarse sugar. The second nose is liquorice and vegetation (undergrowth, damp earth, mushrooms). The palate is smooth, silky. The dominant grape in its scale and exuberance fruity (pear, white peach, pineapple, banana). Evolved on melon and strawberries cooked. Honey, it is also peppery and slightly saline.Tannic, closed. Giving renewed vitality and freshness, the distillate has taken precedence over the fruit. From there appear first, notes of laurel and chervil and other juicy oranges and lemons on the finish.