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“Artesanal Pisco Tour”

Dona Josefa de Elqui - Pisco Artesanal
Ranked #1 of 13 things to do in Pisco Elqui
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Owner description: Traditional cellars used for the elaboration of pisco
Useful Information: Wheelchair access, Bathroom facilities, Stairs / lift, Food available for purchase
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had some free time so we went to this free Pisco tour. It's located down in the valley about a km outside of Pisco Elqui. It's a small operation so don't expect alot of infrastructure. I feel like they could have done a better job with the tour itself but the Pisco was very good and inexpensive for a small craft distillery... between 6000 and 20000 pesos.

Thank Griff H
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Reviewed 28 January 2018

We arrived without a reservation and were immediately welcomed in for a tour of the process, explanation of the business, and tasting! We then had the opportunity to purchase pisco from this purely craft pisco distillery. I bought pisco from each line they offer but the highlight is the pisco aged 5yrs in barrel, complete with a piece of the vine in the bottle, and labelling it and filling out a certificate myself. I won't forget this experience and if you enjoiy pisco I recommend you visit!

1  Thank Kenny P
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

This place is on your way to Fundo de Los Nichos and they have award winning Pisco. A much more personalized tour compared to Nicho's in my opinion. Make sure to stop there! The owner gave a small tour to me and a German couple. He only speaks Spanish but you can feel the love and passion behind his product. I enjoyed the tasting and the backdrop of this place is breathtaking. They also have sheep everywhere to help naturally fertilize the soil of the grapes and to eat the grass. The scenery alone is worth a stop!

1  Thank Rebecca R
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Reviewed 3 June 2017

Small distillery that seems to be new to giving tours. Sadly the owner only speaks Spanish though he was more than happy to show us around through their very hands-on process through a bit of sign language and interpretation.

Lovely guy!

'Tour and a taste' is free - takes about 15 mins. Just shows you what they do without all the history that you'll hear at all the other tours anyway.

Pisco was really good too.

Thank Haig B
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