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Contradiction blends two whiskeys. One is a ‘wheater’, or wheated Bourbon and the other is a Bourbon made with rye. We are very proud of our knack for bringing you great spirits we hand-make ...
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Wild Turkey is proud to release Diamond Anniversary, an exclusive, limited-edition mingling of 13- and 16-year-old whiskies that’s as special a Bourbon as Jimmy Russel is a Master Distiller. To commemorative ...
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The nose is a touch more pretty than barrel #1 from D&M, with aromas of orange peel, cinnamon, brown bread and caramelized sugar. The palate is pretty and precise with rye bread notes and a slight note,of ...
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Jess Gamble served as our Master Distiller for just two years. But it was an important time, Jess was the first of our head distillers to come from outside Jack’s family. Even so, he made sure the ...
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At the Balcones Distillery in Waco, TX, proprietor and head distiller Chip Tate marries innovation with traditional distillation methods to create premium, artisanal spirits that pay homage to America’s ...
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From an extremely small batch of 20 barrels. Bright peach and red delicious apple on the nose, fig jam, and damp fresh oak.Rich and thick body with heavy viscosity and oak, leather, and tobacco. Subtle ...
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Made from pure Kentucky limestone-filtered water in the Bulleit family tradition, years ago we set aside a number of choice barrels of Bulleit Bourbon to age in our charred American white oak barrels. The ...
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Like many Irish whiskeys Jameson is triple distilled, compared to the typical 2x distilled of Scotland and America, which removes more “impurities” and gives it more of a light clean flavor. ...
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Born in the heart of Ireland in 1829, Tullamore D.E.W. can’t escape the power of three, with a complex taste derived from three types of grain, triple distillation and the blend of all three Irish whiskeys. ...
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Notes: The smooth body and taste of Seagram’s 7 Crown Blended Whiskey makes this spirit easy to mix and drink. Distilled and aged for a minimum of four years, this blended whiskey upholds the Seagram style ...
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Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard has unveiled the first ever Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey to be finished in Bordeaux wine casks, Green Spot Château Léoville Barton. The new release adds an ...
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Nose has sweet notes of caramel and yellow fruit; aeration reveals tobacco leaf, oak resin and cereal; finishes elegantly with toasted grain and oak.
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Notes: Powers Whiskey Gold Label is triple distilled and cut from multiple pot stills for a more complex tasting whiskey. It is then aged in American oak casks to shape its characteristics. Its aroma includes ...
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Notes: Heaven Hill Bourbon Black Label 10-Year-Old Whiskey is a Kentucky straight bourbon. It has been filtered through charcoal and aged to perfection to bring about its sweet profile. Its aroma gives ...
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The newest addition to the Irish whiskey scene, this dram comes from the north of Ireland under the direction Ciaran Mulgrew and blender Billy Mitchell. Pale gold with aromas of fresh oak, cedar, stone ...
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Aged in casks or barrels, whiskey can be made from nearly any type of grain, the most popular being barley, corn, rye and wheat. Part of what makes whiskey unique is that rarely two bottles are exactly the same. Flavors vary from cask to cask, even within the same brand, so we encourage you to take note of the different profiles of each bottle you get from us. Flavors range from sweet and smooth to smoky, oaky, spicy and bold.

The labels on each bottle of whiskey will tell you a lot about how it was made, it's age and where it's from. We know the process and the lingo can be a bit much. Just in case you're overwhelmed, you can also search our whiskey selection by price, rating or brand. Even the finest palates had to start somewhere. There are a lot of variations of whiskey out there, so get to tasting.

Ice or no ice: the great whiskey debate. While some whiskey connoisseurs may contest you should never drop cubes in your drink, we say do it however you like it and never mind the naysayers. Whether you prefer it on the rocks or neat, we can all agree a good whiskey is part of the home bar essentials. Looking to mix it up? Channel your inner Don Draper with a whiskey cocktail. Whip up a mint julep, Manhattan, hot toddy, whiskey sour, or an old fashioned to name a few favorites. Once you've mastered the basics, it's time to experiment.

Enjoy your whiskey as a cocktail or drink it on its own. Whichever way you prefer to drink yours, we'll help you find a good bottle for less at Wine Chateau. Impress guests with your skills, or savor a glass on your own, neat. Shop our incredible selection and enjoy the savings. Don't forget to watch out for free shipping deals on your favorites!

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