Wine Chateau Loyalty Program
The Wine Chateau Loyalty Program is a great way to earn cash back on your Wine Chateau purchases!

Here’s how it works:

» You get 1 Point for each $1 spent
» Get 2% Back! Each Point is worth 2 cents.
» Every 500 Points is $10 Off your next order!

Points Rewards are redeemed in $10/500 Point increments.
Each time you hit 500 Points, $10 will be automatically deducted from your next online order.

Due to legal restrictions a small portion of our items do not have Points values.
Buy Ardbeg Scotch Single Malt Corryvreckan 750ml for less at Wine Chateau SKU: 1554335
Ardbeg Scotch Single Malt Corryvreckan
You may also like...
Tomintoul-Scotch-Single-Malt-Aged-14-Years-Kosher-Portwood-Finish $60.97

The-Balvenie-Scotch-Single-Malt-14-Year-Caribbean-Cask---Extra-Matured-In-Rum-Cask $67.09

The-Macallan-1824-Series-Scotch-Single-Malt-Rare-Cask $269.00
Ardbeg Ardbeg Scotch Single Malt Corryvreckan
Ardbeg Correyvecken Single Malt has the nos of a collision of waxy dark chocolate, warm blackcurrants and muscovado sugar. The flavors of a chewy peppered steak soaked in pepper sauce with the tang of crispy seaweed.The finish is long, deep and remaining powerful into the finish with black tarry coffee and chocolate coated cherries.
LIST PRICE: $466.97 OUR PRICE: $89.09
SAVE $377.88!
Our Best Value
LIST PRICE: $2801.82 ONLY: $89.09 PER BOTTLE!
SAVE $2,267.28!
94 UBC
Rating: 94 Points
UBC UBC, Apr 1, 2016

Powerful, muscular, well-textured, and invigorating. Even within the realm of Ardbeg, this one stands out. The more aggressive notes of coal tar, damp kiln, anise, and smoked seaweed are supported by an array of fruit (black raspberry, black cherry, plum), dark chocolate, espresso, molasses, bacon fat, kalamata olive, and warming cinnamon on the finish. Quite stunning!(Fall 2009) Reviewed by: John Hansell

96 MA
Rating: 96 Points
MA MA, Aug 19, 2009

Name / Nickname * Image
Name / Nickname * - Joined 12/18/2014

Best scotch I've had and I've also had Lagavulin 16, Laproaig quarter cask * cask strength. Seaweed and iodine just pours out of it but a smooth scotch as well.

1/5/2015 at 9:27 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
likes, dislikes

Anonymous Image

Best Scotch I've ever tasted.

7/10/2013 at 10:46 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
likes, dislikes

Sean Image
Sean - Joined 2/13/2013

Best Scotch I ever had! Powerful and delicious. Truly worth every penny. If you prefer the peat and smoke of Islay malts, you owe it to yourself to try this. You may never go back. Had it following Lagavulin 16 and laphroaig Quarter Cask with some friends doing a tasting and all agreed this was awesome!
Like a punch to the face, but you like it!

3/2/2013 at 12:33 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
likes, dislikes

Join The Discussion

Notes on the Ardbeg Scotch Single Malt Corryvreckan 750ML

Wine Maker Notes Plunge into the whirlpool and taste the mysterious depths of Corryvreckan. Torrents of taste well up on the palate; deep, peppery and chewy, bombarding the tongue with its intense tastes and textures.The first plunge brings forth chewy peppered steak soaked in pepper sauce with the tang of crispy seaweed. As you descend deeper, encounter a mouthful of black tarry espresso coffee that coats the palate with rich melted dark fruits (blackcurrants, blueberries and cherries) and bitter almonds. As the taste soaks in deeper, star anise and hickory dry out the palate before a surprise of chalky effervescent violets fizz to the surface. Aroma:Heady, intense and powerful.With the first sniff, encounter the deep and turbulent force of Corryvreckan as it pulls you inwards. Swirl the glass and dip your nose into the torrents of tarry ropes, creosote and linseed oil rising from deep within the vortex. As you succumb to its power, a collision of waxy dark chocolate, warm blackcurrants and muscovado sugar pulls you under its spell with a burst of plump cherries and earthy pine needles leaping from its depths.Swirl water into the glass, and observe the magical collision of whisky and water. As the liquid warms up, the seething cauldron bubbles and bursts, as you edge closer to sniff a pot full of gutsy cayenne-peppered steak and oysters smothered in hot pepper sauce. Salty seasoning brings a briny character with tangy crisp seaweed and smoky bacon swirling on the surface with hints of sweet vanilla, spicy cloves and blueberries.

Technical Notes The Ardbeg distillery was founded in 1815. For most of its history, Ardbeg's whisky was produced for use in blends, rather than as a single malt. Production was halted in 1981, but resumed on a limited basis in 1989 and continued at a low level through late 1996, during the period when Ardbeg was owned by Hiram Walker. The distillery was bought and reopened in 1997 by Glenmorangie plc (owned by the French company LVMH) with production resuming on June 25, 1997 and full production resuming in 1998. The distillery was reopened by Ed Dodson in 1997 and handed over to Stuart Thomson, who managed it from 1997 to 2006. Michael "Mickey" Heads, an Islay native and former manager at Jura who had worked at Ardbeg years earlier, took over on March 12, 2007.

1 bottle
Ships Immediately - 17 On Hand 
Case of 6
Ships Immediately - 2 On Hand