Team Philosophy


Alberto Di Laura, a pisco alchemist with an impeccable career, agreed to be part of the project and is responsible for guaranteeing the quality of our grapes, because as he himself maintains, 'distillation begins in the vineyards'. Also known as “El Caballero del Pisco”, Alberto is personally in charge of the distillation, using the electrolytic copper stills that were manufactured for Bodega Murga under his design and supervision.

Once they were on the pisco adventure, it was decided to use part of the grape production to make wine. And that's how Pietra Possamai, a prominent Brazilian winemaker with multiple vintages to her credit, joined the project to be in charge of the wines from Bodega Murga. His energy, creativity and love for nature, together with his professional experience, translate into the playful complexity of our wines.

With the same perspective and under the management of Arturo Inga, sommelier and official Pisco taster, Bodega Murga maintains its three strengths: quality, sustainability and tradition. In this way, the project has turned its wine identity into one that respects the environment, rescuing and maintaining ancestral practices to obtain products of the highest quality.


Bodega Murga does not use pesticides or herbicides in its vineyards. We respect the technical norm of pisco that does not contemplate the use of chemicals or aggregates in the winery during the elaboration of our distillate. And this is the same philosophy that we apply in the creation of our wines.

We use materials of the highest quality in the elaboration of our products. The stills are made of high purity electrolytic copper and we use stainless steel tanks to rest our piscos. Likewise, for the aging of our wines, in addition to using stainless steel tanks, we use concrete eggs, terracotta amphoras and oak and acacia barrels free of toxic elements in their composition.

By not using chemical inputs, Bodega Murga manages to transmit the characteristics of the vines and terroir directly into the glass of wine or pisco in the freshest and most transparent way.