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Capel Pisco Plant, La Serena
(2.3/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • the ride is spectacular, you have several stops to make and arriving at vicuña a few kilometres you are with the entire process of pisco, there are various well-known where you can make the tour, some free, other pay but little.
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  • A very interesting walk, can be familiar with the process of elaboration of pisco and understand the preparation of other alcoholic beverages. The place is very I friendly, and the tour is pretty good.
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  • I went to visit this Pisco with 4 foreign friends one Saturday and only by the recommendation of a person in the area, that I said was the largest in the area. We got to the place and the lady who attends the cafeteria is really an OGRE! Unfortunately, you have to talk to her, because in the cafeteria, you pay the tour for the Pisco. To speak less, you have an attitude of shit! The tour is very clear and the guide we had was excellent, very nice and friendly, the bad thing is that at the end of the tour they say there will be a tasting, which is far the worst tasting of my life. The Guide asked that we wanted to taste only 3 options (capel has more than 15 options) that they were cocktails that cost 3,000 supermarkets, when you request the Guide to try a second option, given that the showroom is the next stop, the guide it gives very badly. I would like to think that it is not because of the Guide, since I insist the was very helpful during the entire tour! But surely it is the policy of Capel give a miserable tasting.
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