Rujero Singani is a Bolivian brandy made from Muscat of Alexandria grapes in the province of Tarija, situated in the very southern tip of Bolivia. Continuing a 400 year-old tradition of distillation, the estate of Rujero is a 300 year-old vineyard planted by Jesuits nearly 7,000 feet above sea level. This extreme altitude produces a distillate that retains the floral quality of the Muscat, but maintains an elegance, brightness, and minerality can be lost in other South American brandies.