Awarded a Silver Medal at the 2012 International Wine & Spirit Competition, this is made from Muscat grapes sourced in the Elqui Valley in Northern Chile. This unique region receives an excess of 350 days of sunshine a year. The Moai shaped bottle (imitating the stone statues on Easter Island (Rapanui) is not only eye-catching but also symbolic of this products' distinctive nature. Fermented slowly in copper pot stills and then aged for 16 months in American oak barrels, it offers notes of dried fruits, tea leaves and vanilla. A charming and captivating Pisco.