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Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey 8 Year Gold

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Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey 8 Year Gold 1.00l

Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey 8 Year Gold

Seagram's VO Gold Canadian whisky is aged for 8 years (as opposed to the 6 years for Seagram's VO). It was first made in 1913 and meant to commemorate marriage of Thomas Seagram, scion of Joseph.

Its golden hue is distinctive and inviting. Its aroma is rich and full bodied, with sweet notes of autumn fruit and wine. Its taste is exceptionally mellow and delicate on the palate, with a warm, satisfying finish

The year was 1913, and Joseph E. Seagram was busily working on a special project in his Waterloo, Ontario distillery. To celebrate his son’s wedding, Seagram was developing a special blend of his finest whiskies for him. And thus, the V.O. legend was born. Let’s hope the folks at Diageo, who now own the V.O. brand, remember that date and release a special centenary edition for us in 2013. Seagram’s Waterloo distillery was eventually closed in 1992, a victim of industry consolidations. Since then V.O. has been produced at Diageo’s distillery in Valleyfield, Quebec, with some spirit components coming from other plants. Although flavourful and multi-faceted, V.O. is best served as a mixing whisky, its spirity whiffs and ginger notes complement a dry ginger ale.

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Seagram Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey 8 Year Gold
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.00l
Seagram's VO Gold Canadian whisky is aged for 8 years (as opposed to the 6 years for Seagram's VO). It was first made in 1913 and meant to commemorate marriage of Thomas Seagram, scion of Joseph.
 

Notes on the Seagram's Vo Canadian Whiskey 8 Year Gold 1.00L

Wine Maker Notes Its golden hue is distinctive and inviting. Its aroma is rich and full bodied, with sweet notes of autumn fruit and wine. Its taste is exceptionally mellow and delicate on the palate, with a warm, satisfying finish

Technical Notes The year was 1913, and Joseph E. Seagram was busily working on a special project in his Waterloo, Ontario distillery. To celebrate his son’s wedding, Seagram was developing a special blend of his finest whiskies for him. And thus, the V.O. legend was born. Let’s hope the folks at Diageo, who now own the V.O. brand, remember that date and release a special centenary edition for us in 2013. Seagram’s Waterloo distillery was eventually closed in 1992, a victim of industry consolidations. Since then V.O. has been produced at Diageo’s distillery in Valleyfield, Quebec, with some spirit components coming from other plants. Although flavourful and multi-faceted, V.O. is best served as a mixing whisky, its spirity whiffs and ginger notes complement a dry ginger ale.