Capel Pisco is an all natural grape spirit produced in northern Chile. It is a blend of 30% Muscat grapes and 70% Pedro Jimenez and Torontel grapes, then aged in wooden casks for four to six months. It is slowly distilled with the crystal-clear water from the high Andes Mountains, resulting in a transparent spirit with delicate bouquet.
On March 25 of 1964, the statutes that allow the use of the CAPEL acronym for commercial purposes are modified. During the 1980s, Pisco went from being a niche craft product to a national product of mass consumption. In the 90's, the country opens up to the world, which forces our pisco to compete with distillates from all over the world. Today, Capel returns to its roots, rescuing the essence of its origin and brings the authentic pisco.