Singani has been quietly distilled in Bolivia for more than 400 Years. The noble Muscatel Of Alexandria grape, the principal ingredient in singani, thrives in the singular terroir of Bolivia’s high elevation valleys. This has resulted in a complex, yet subtle bouquet of aromatic and floral taste. Rujero uses 200-Year-Old grape vines to produce its authentic, small batch Singani. Tealye Long and Ramon Escobar joined forces in 2014 on a mission to change how we drink. Ramon, with Bolivian pride and an illustrious 14-years in the foreign service, and Tealye, as a global citizen and entrepreneur with deep roots in the hospitality industry in the United States. In their travels, Tealye and Ramon discovered the incredible wine-making regions of Bolivia and saw an opportunity to help build a brighter future for the country and its people. Just five years later, Chufly products from Bolivia have been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Economist, and on NPR. The continued effort is made possible through strong and direct relationships with the viniculture communities local to Bolivia.