WHAT IS PISCO?
Pisco is as a colorless grape brandy produced in winemaking regions of Peru. Its origins go back to the 16th century when Spanish conquistadors carried grapes from Europe to Peru.
Grapes are hand selected and the fresh juice is distilled into copper stills. Our pisco is created following the most natural, artisan way; without adding water, sugars or the use of any mechanical equipment.
Our official Peruvian pisco grapes grow in a fertile microclimate with rocky soil and an ideal water volume. Our Fontana Acholado is made by blending three of the eight approved types of pisco grapes: Quebranta, Italia, and Torontel.
SOILS OF PERU
In the rich coastal valley of Mala, fresh water trickles down into the stream from the Andes Glaciers, creating a combination of fresh soils, pure water, and a favorable climate for the most natural grapes.
BOTTLED IN PERU
We keep it real every step of the way. From hand picking to distilling, Fontana Pisco is produced in the coastal valley of Mala, one of the Peruvian regions included in the Designation of Origin.
The quality of our all-natural, no sugar added pisco demands savoring it in all our special recipes. But, as always, please drink responsibly.
Award-winning. Innovator. Trendsetter. Artist. Overall really cool guy. Learn more about our very own Ro Patel. From London to Sydney and now, to our headquarters in Tampa, Florida, he doesn’t just follow what’s hot, he makes it that way. Find out what Pisco drink Ro is making famous next.
I’ve traveled far from the Central and Southern Coastal Valley of my homeland, Peru, to bring this handcrafted sweet spirit and share its history with you. My father, his father’s father, and his father before him carried these selected grapes on their backs so that you can appreciate a high quality pisco. I am Alpaca Jaque and I invite you to enjoy my people’s passion. Please upload any “shots” you have taken with me.
A lawyer, a priest, an Alpaca and a llama walk into a bar. Just kidding a llama would never walk into a bar. Get it? A llama in a bar. I crack myself up sometimes.
I heard a wise man once say, when life gives you lemons you should make lemonade. If he was truly wise he would have grown grapes in Peru and made Pisco instead.
I’ve never been very good at playing the piano, or knitting, or getting my cell phone out from between car seats.
You know you’ve over indulged when you think I’m a talking llama. Please drink responsibly and don’t be silly…llamas don’t talk.
Wash and wear? Have you ever seen an alpaca in a laundry mat? I don’t think so.
IMPORTER AND DISTRIBUTOR OF FONTANA PISCO