About Barsol

Founded by Diego Loret de Mola and Carlos Ferreyros, Barsol adheres to the traditional Pisco pot distillation method practiced in Peru since the 1500’s. Distilled and bottled in Bodega San Isidro, a century old distillery, Barsol is produced from fresh wines fermented exclusively from Pisco grapes harvested in the Southern Valley of Ica.

Pisco can only be made from 8 specific grape varietals which are classified as Aromatic and Less Aromatic.

Barsol specializes in Pisco made from the Aromatic Italia, Torontel and Moscatel grapes as well as from the Less Aromatic Quebranta grape.

All of Barsol's grapes are grown in the Southern Valley of Ica, Peru.

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