Way back in 1767, the Jesuits saw that northern Chile was a ideal for producing liqueurs thanks to its dry, sunny climate. Chilean Piscos were presented at international level for the first time at the 1889 Paris world’s fair, while the Chilean government obtained the appellation of origin and exclusive right to produce Pisco in 1931. In 1928, Juan Torres Casals began distilling his wines to make brandy in the Penedès region of Spain. Eighty-four years later, Miguel Torres Chile produced the winery’s first Pisco in the Limarí Valley, IV Region, where the Muscat grape variety is grown, perfect for providing the flavor for our Pisco, El Gobernador.
Brilliant, clear with silver highlights. Exuberant floral aromas with notes of rose and jasmine, as well as candied citrus fruit peels. Intense fruitiness with peach, banana, white fruits and white chocolate notes. Fine and elegant with a creamy palate, sweet notes that are inviting, rounded, and even floral and sweet but strong, with a long and persistent finish.