In the heart of Chile’s sun-soaked Elqui Valley lies Pisco Elqui, a village of imposing landscapes, serpentine streets and creole architecture. It was here where pisco was first distilled in Chile at the turn of the 17th century and where the present day Mistral distillery is located, in a revamped century-old country house where the finest pisco varietals of the world are painstakingly produced.
Mistral Nobel Pisco
Produced in Chile’s famed Elqui Valley, Mistral Nobel pisco is comprised of Muscatel of Alexandria and Pedro Jimenez grape-based pisco aged in American oak (medium toast) barrels for 1-3 years. 40% ABV
Mistral “46” Pisco
Also produced in Chile’s famed Elqui Valley, Mistral 46% overproof pisco is comprised of a different blend of Muscatel of Alexandria and Pedro Jimenez grapes aged in American oak barrels for 6-12 months. 46% ABV