Pisco is a city in the Ica region in Peru and is the capital of the province with the same name. It has approximately 120,000 inhabitants and is probably most famous because of the Peruvian grape liquor called Pisco, a local favorite. The nearby vineyards still produce for this liquor, but not exclusively anymore.
À partir de Pisco Guide touristique
We arrived in Pisco quite late so we all ate together and a few continued the night away. The chosen drink here is, hence the name of the town (!), Pisco. It´s a brandy type of drink (40-44%) and when mixed with lemon juice, egg whites and sugar becomes Pisco Sour. Very nice and very lethal. David ...
Posted in Around the world in 300 days by nicdavid
San Pedro de Atacama back to Santiago
village of Pisco Elqui . The Elqui Valley receives around 330 days' sunshine every year, perfect conditions for growing the sweet grapes used in the distillation of the local brandy - Pisco. In fact, in 1936 the village changed its name from 'La Union' to 'Pisco' in order to trademark the name and protect ...
Posted in Sharon and Andy's World Tour 2006 by andymoore