Pisco is a colorless or yellowish-to-amber colored brandy (a spirit produced by distilling wine) produced in winemaking regions of Chile and Peru. Pisco was developed by Spanish settlers in the 16th century out of the need to concentrate alcohol volume in order to transport it to remote locations. Although, unlike the Spanish orujo, a pomace brandy (a brandy made of distilled pomace), Pisco is made out of grape wine.

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