Pisco Waqar for the international critic Kara Newman of Wine Enthusiast when awarding it 95 points describes it: “The fragrance of this graceful and delicate artisan pisco recalls a breeze of fresh mint, with some fruits that are felt from the base. In the mouth, it presents violet notes, which do not exaggerate and fade, giving way to soft ginger notes in the end. Thus, light, the flavors are felt almost adrift on the palate. This is one to enjoy and savor. "
Black Heron, the world's first smoked grape pisco, currently in the process of being patented by its manufacturer Pisquera Tulahuén, one of the most relevant actors in the history of this distillate in Chile and creator of Waqar, with a great position abroad .
Black Heron Its soft smoky notes stand out on the nose, which do not overshadow the toasted, coffee and tobacco contribution of the barrel, as well as the fruity notes of its origin. On the palate, it maintains what is perceived on the nose, intense and expressive without being burning, dry and with a slight itch at the end of the mouth that sustains its pleasant retro smoked taste for a long time, disappearing slowly and subtly.
With a two to six year aging in toasted French oak barrels and the work of its people selecting bunches of Muscat grapes, Black Heron It is also a reflection of the privileged climate and soil of Tulahuén, a unique place located close to 1,100 meters above sea level.