Spanning approximately 60 hectares, the vines at Rovereto are an average of 25 years old. The harvest is done by hand and the wine is aged for around 5 months in steel tanks, and further refined once it hits the bottle. This is an intense yet delicate wine with fresh fruit flavours such as green apple on the palate, the finish is long with a definite elegance.
Loch Lomond is a chameleon of a distillery, able to produce a variety of different styles of whisky - from malt to grain. This is one of their peated single malts, and is excellent value - not to mention something a little different for peat heads.
White Lightening moonshine from the Firefly distillery in South Carolina. This is bottled at 100.7 proof, thats 50.35% ABV making it a rather powerful yet palatable slurp.
An 8 year old single malt from Douglas Laing's Provenance range. This ones a 20cl bottling from the Glengoyne distillery, offering notes of banana, chocolate and some brioche.
The flagship malt from Tomatin – a 12-year-old Highland single malt, a great value whisky that comes with an age statement is now presented in an even more affordable 20cl size. After being matured in ex-bourbon casks, it’s been finished off in Oloroso Sherry casks, before being bottled at 43% ABV.