A blend of handpicked muscatel variety grapes undergo the winemaking and fermentation process before entering copper stills to be refined in single batches. We use only the two most aromatic grapes of the permitted varieties in chilean pisco: 50% Muscatel of Alexandria and 50% Rosé Muscatel. · After resting for at least 90 days in stainless steel, it is bottled immediately, never touching a barrel. Named as El Gobernador, it is a tribute to Felipe Margutt Donaire, who participated in The Battle of Maipú in 1818, which decided Chile’s independence. For his achievements, he was awarded the Governorship of Ovalle. He helped support the town’s progress out of his own humble pocket and is best remembered astride his horse, solving the problems of the people. One of the great unconventional heroes, he never sought fame or fortune.