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Sotelo Quebranta Rating:3

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Imagen Sotelo Quebranta

Family:Pisco
Brand:Sotelo

History

Bodega Sotelo began its operations approx. 150 years ago, founded by Cipriano Vasquez as Bodega Loyola, for decades was one of the best in the Pisco region. Then, when the hard times arrived and Don Cipriano was not among the living the winery got lost for nearly 60 years. In 1972 Julio Sotelo Vasquez decides to take the family history and resurrect it. Now is his son, Julio Sotelo Alca, belonging to the 5th generation of pisqueros of the family, who has taken over the business and in a few years has achieved awards and notoriety needed to live up to its heritage, with 25 gold medals and 20 silver in various regional and national competitions. Julio is chemical engineer and oenologist, experience that has helped him to balance the technological innovation necessary in these times with respect to the traditional process his great-grandfather's developed in the farm.


Description
  • A stunning body pisco ideal for any cocktail, is the most representative of Ica, since that region produces the best quality Quebranta.
  • Sotelo winery currently produces 50,000 liters of Pisco Quebranta and 10 thousand liters of the 4 aromatic strains (Italy, Torontel, Moscatel and Albilla). 
  • Origin Denomination Pisco.
  • Distilled in Alembic.
  • Certified to traceability and good manufacturing practices

Tasting notes
  • Nose: the alcohol is very friendly and gives aromas of fruits like apple, quince, pear, banana, lime, and honey. Peach imposes its exquisite and persistent presence.
  • Taste: full and warm alcohol, peach flavors and apple banana island.
  • Related Ingredients: chocolate, honey, coffee, lucuma, delicacy, banana.

Tasting notes

Recommendations in mixology: the Pisco Quebranta has the most impressive body and is perfect for audacious mixtures. It has a lot of versatility with sweet cocktails, because of its high alcohol content, balancing creams, mixes or syrups heavily loaded flavored. Example: Algarrobina cocktail, Machu Picchu.

Because of its great delicacy and imposing body and flavor has been awarded:

  • 8 Gold Medals
  • 1 Silver Medal


Source: Pisco Sotelo


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