Pisco Portón, LLC announces the addition of La Caravedo, a pisco puro, to the company’s portfolio. La Caravedo is the newest expression from the company following the growth of the company’s flagship brand, Pisco Portón.
Both La Caravedo and Pisco Portón are produced by pisco authority and Pisco Portón’s Master Distiller Johnny Schuler at Hacienda La Caravedo located in Ica, Peru.
A pisco puro, La Caravedo is made from only one of the eight grape varietals allowed by Peruvian law to make pisco. La Caravedo is handcrafted from the Quebranta grape, a non-aromatic varietal from the Peruvian coast known for its body and fullness of flavor. Approximately 8 pounds of grapes are used to make each bottle.
It has a crystal clear with medium viscosity, according to the company, and is full bodied on the palate, slightly sweet with notes of botanicals and dried fruits
La Caravedo Pisco is 40% ABV, and available in “key” U.S. markets, according to the company, with a suggested retail price of $24.99/750ml.