Wine Enthusiast 86 points - Named for an Andean spiritual dance enacting a fight between angels and demons, this acholado-style pisco mixes sweet and spicy. The aroma is fruity and grape-like. However, the palate leads with violet, showing dusty, spicy nutmeg and black pepper before exiting with a floral, slightly soapy note. Producer recommends mixing into pisco punch. -K.N. (Sep 2015)
La Diablada is a world class pisco blend, balancing perfectly aromas, body and bouquet. La Diablada is a luxurious creation resulting from a first grape press.