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Pisco grapes vineyard.  
   

Pisco grapes vineyard.

To make Pisco they first make a wine that is about 70% alcohol, let it sit for a few weeks until it's abit closer to 75-80%, then water it down and add the rest of the ingredients for Pisco, which is a white spirit sort of like vodka, and is usially served up as a "pisco sour" with lime and lemon juice. nice, but a bit strong for me
Crapy couple of days

August 26th 2004
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