Payet is recognized in Perú and internationally as a leader in modernizing the Pisco industry. The goal of the company emerged as an intrepid dream to create a Pisco with a beautiful signature style, fully developed in flavor and pillowed by velvety-soft textures. Payet believes that a great Pisco is a revelation of its origin, from meticulous grape selection to refined distillation methods using an Charentais pot-still design.
Moscatel grape The Spanish word "muscatel" comes from the Catalan Moscatel. Its origin is possibly from Alexandria, hence one of its most prominent names. Caracteristics This variety is purplish pink of good vigor, it is used for the production of aromatic Pisco and mistelles and harvested from February to March. Bunch and berries The bunches are conical, medium elongated, loose and oval berries, small to medium size with an average diameter of 1.4 cm. Diseases Resistant Oidium…
Uvina grape It is a traditional variety Lunahuaná Valley, belonging to the group of non-aromatic Pisco grapes, has small berries blue-black tone, great bunch and very filling. It's a Vitis aestivales M. - E. cinerea with Vitis vinifera L. It can only grow in the districts of Lunahuana, Pacaran and Zuniga in Cañete, Lima. It has adapted well to conditions of soil and climate of this three districts, where because of the height, variety Quebranta can not be develope.
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Torontel grape belongs to Muscats family, France produces one of its most-prized wines with this grape, Muscat Frontignan
Even though Spain imposed many restrictions on wine production and commerce, the winemaking industry developed rapidly, mainly in the "Corregimiento" of Ica in Peru.
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Negra Criolla (black creole). This grape variety is non-aromatic, from the valleys of Moquegua and Tacna, possibly the oldest varieties brought by the Spanish. Variety: Black Creole Source: Southern Spain Canary Islands Main uses: Pisco, Red Wines Plant vigor: Good Shape and size of the bunches: Conic, large elongated Form. Size and color of the grain: flat, medium, reddish purple or black Harvest Time: March Great presence in: Moquegua and Tacna
Pisco aromatics Italia grape The most used of the aromatic varieties, are grown in all regions of Pisco of Peru, abundant production and copious bunches, the berry is oval, elongated and is one of the few grapes in the world that is used for both wine and table consumption. Variety: White Italy Origin: Europe (A cross between the Biscame and Muscat Hamburg) Main uses: Table, Pisco, Raisins Vigo plant: Medium Shape and Size: Oval, Large, Grain Color: Green yellowish Harvest Time…