Pisco Tres Erres has been recognized since times past as “the father of all piscos”, aged in oak, it is an excellent alternative to prepare pisco sour or combined. Its curious name refers to the initials of its creator, Rigoberto Rodr√≠guez Rodr√≠guez.
This Muscat grape based Chilean spirit won a Silver Medal at the 2012 International Wine & Spirit Competition. The grapes are grown in the Elqui Valley in Northern Chile, a region that has more than 350 days of sunshine a year. The Moai shaped bottle symbolizes of this Pisco’s uniqueness: it was fermented slowly and then matured for 16 months. – Community Wine Reviews