5 hours 30 minutes
Available all year
Taste pisco in its many different forms at the bodegas El Catador and La Caravedo
Learn about the pisco-making process from locals
Visit the oldest distillery in the Americas, established in 1684
Take in the scenery from the comfort of a motorcoach on this fun and tasteful tour
Cheers to Pisco!
When the Spanish conquistadors arrived, they found that the land along the south coast of Peru and Chile was ideal for growing Mediterranean grape varieties. The settlers soon developed pisco, a distilled clear or amber-coloured brandy made from wine. The name came from Pisco, the port from which the drink was shipped around the world. Learn the traditional way of making pisco and taste different varieties.
Language: English / German (Subject to Availability)
Included: Pisco Tasting
Remarks: We recommend wearing a hat, sunscreen, a light jacket or sweater, and low-heeled, rubber-soled walking shoes.
Walking information: This excursion involves some walking on uneven terrain, with some paved and unpaved surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: No