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Unveiled in 2014, the 15 Year Old Single Barrel Sherry Cask is a wonderful sight from Balvenie - single malt Scotch whisky fully matured in Sherry casks. These are released in batches of no larger than ...
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The Glenrothes Distillery, known for producing vintage single malt whiskies that are chosen at the peak of their maturity, is proud to introduce three new non-age statement single malt expressions–The ...
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The 18 year old version of the single malt Stronachie. This is actually from Benrinnes, and they bottle it in small batches that offer a sherried style of whisky.
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Glenfarclas 17 year scotch is firm at first, then a surge of buttery notes in middle as it finishes with a Touch of almonds and bitter chocolate
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This was first released in 2008 under the new ownership of Angus Dundee. Glencadam 10 stands as a delicate, balanced dram, neither colored nor chill-filtered so it retains its true flavor.
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Tomintoul 14 Year is elegant, round, soft and gentle. Clean malt with some creamy sweetness. Long and creamy, tending to dry with slight peppery tones. On the nose there is a smell of Delicate, soft and ...
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Macallan is Speyside’s best known heavyweight. The Fine Oak is a mellow malt matured in a combination of sherry and bourbon casks. Complex with just a whiff of smoke, oak and sherry. It’s warm and soothing ...
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Reddish mahogany. Almost like an old port wine onthe nose, lovely rich vibrant tannins. Spicy Mulligatawny soup. Light citric notes giving way to stewed apples. Fresh fruit initially then almost like a ...
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Copper in color. Dried apricots lightly roasted coffee beans buttery vanilla notes making way for freshly baked cookies. Fruity very palatable smooth creamy fudge. It is very typical Glenfarclas in the ...
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Glenfarclas 21 year scotch has a sherry, fruitiness, sweet lemon juice, great smokiness, oak. The finish has a remarkably long, with lots of sherry becoming sweetish and perfumy
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This lip-smacking 12yo An Cnoc (formerly Knockdhu) is a top-quality proponent of the non-sherried Speyside style, showing polished malt and a delicious spiciness throughout a warm, complex palate and lasting ...
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Notes: Glenfarclas Single Malt 25-Year Scotch is produced using traditional distillation methods using essential ingredients, copper pot stills and select oak casks. The end product is an amber Scotch ...
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The 2013 bottling of Tomintoul’s stupendous 1976 vintage single malt Scotch whisky, distilled two years after the number of still at Tomintoul doubled, from two to four. The 2007 bottling of the 1976 vintage ...
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The first regular bottling of an older Talisker. Time has rounded not tamed its might. Rich and fruity a Victoria plums, greengages, perhaps dried orange peel a with some butterscotch or rum toffee and ...
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Springbanj 18 Year is evident, backed up by the fruits of 18 years maturation in predominantly sherry casks. Rich and oily from the moment it hits the palate, the whiskey develops to reveal dried fruits ...
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It's not all fun and games when it comes to this spirit of choice. Not just any whisky can boast the Scotch label. As one of Scotland's best-known exports, Scotch production is strictly outlined by law in order for the drink to warrant the name. For a drink with such an infamous reputation, makers certainly take it seriously. The whisky must be distilled in Scotland, are generally distilled at least twice and mature in oak casks for a minimum of three years. The single malt part of the name indicates the whisky is made with only malted barley, come from a single distillery and are matured for a minimum of three years. The age listed on the label of any Scotch you purchase from Wine Chateau is guarantee that the youngest whisky used was of that maturation age.

Although Scotch does not age once it's in the bottle, there is good news. It can stay on the shelf practically indefinitely. Time to stock up! We've used this excuse on our end, and you're welcome to use it, too. Store the Scotch unopened and out of direct sunlight to keep the flavors authentic.

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Single malt Scotch may sound like an expensive treat to get into, but our wide selection offers bottles at varying price points, and Wine Chateau is always offering additional discounts and deals to help you get your hands on your favorite bottle of Scotch. Sale prices make it taste even better. Just in case you need to check us on that, browse our full selection to buy single malt Scotch for yourself or to share with others.

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