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.
One of a duo of blended Islay malts released by independent bottler Duncan Taylor called Big Smoke, here bottled at 40% ABV with the other release bottled at 60% ABV.
A sweet and fruity, non-age-statement blended Scotch released as part of the Lord Elcho range from independant bottler, Wemyss. Lord Elcho was the name of the 5th earl of Wemyss who was exiled after his support for the Jacobite uprising. A noble Whisky with a noble history.
One of the big, famous blended whiskies that's been around for donkey's years - but is now in a rather attractive new bottle. Older versions of the blend were well respected with Ardmore and Glendronach single malts still at the core of this.
This particular blended whisky is one of the classic drams from the charismatic and hugely respected blenders Compass Box. Named after the address of the company’s Edinburgh offices, it’s made up of whiskies from distilleries including Cameronbridge, Linkwood, Clynelish, Teaninich and Dailuaine, and a mixture of different wood types, before being bottled at 43% ABV. It’s designed to have appeal to both drinkers and mixologist bartenders.
The second batch of Old Perth is a blended malt whisky from Morrison & Mackay that has been matured in a trio of Sherry casks (Butts, puncheon and Hogsheads) that is a little bit richer and more complex than your usual blend has any right to be at this price and said to be teaspooned Glenfarclas at about 5 years old?
Old Perth, named after the Scottish location, is Morrison & MacKay's blended malt range, and this one is the peated variant - and excellent value to boot.
A blended malt whisky from Morrison & Mackay that has been matured in a trio of Sherry casks (Butts, puncheon and Hogsheads) that is a little bit richer and more complex than your usual blend has any right to be at this price.
A lost blend originally produced by Perth blender Peter Thomson, which has since been revitalised under the stewardship of blender and bottler Morrison & Mackay with batch 6 bottled at 43%ABV. An ever reliable blended malt that is a great alternative to Monkey Shoulder.
New make spirit from Kingsbarns distillery, this is the beginning of what will later be a single malt (after ageing for a minimum of three years in casks). The distillery began in 2013 with Peter Holroyd in the drivers seat as Master Distiller. Exciting things ahead, we cant wait!