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Catch rye whiskey on the upswing. This strong spirit has been regaining its former popularity. Taste what all the hype is about. Shop our collection of rye whiskey online at Wine Chateau to find deals and discounts on the best brands.

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Bulleit Rye Mash Whiskey-Wine Chateau
Caramel color. Aroma of charred oak, rich caramel and warm spices. Notes of oak, allspice and cinnamon give way to hints of creamy vanilla, roasted nuts and rye bread on the palate. Long, slightly sweet...

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Masterson's Rye Whiskey 10 Year-Wine Chateau
Whisky Advocate: The third recently released 100% rye whiskey sourced from Canada, with the others being WhistlePig (50%, $70) and Jefferson’s (47%, $40). (The one you purchase might depend on which one you can find,...

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Jack Daniel's Rye Whiskey Single Barrel-Wine Chateau
The brand’s third offering within the Single Barrel Collection and first new grain bill in 100 years, Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Rye. This expression marks the first time consumers can experience a fully matured rye...

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Jacquin's Rock & Rye-Wine Chateau
A gorgeous liqueur from Jacquin's. Rock and Rye is an old-fashioned American liqueur made with sugar (the rock) and rye whiskey. They make this with rock sugar and add chopped pieces of fruit. It is...

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High West Whiskey Rendezvous Rye-Wine Chateau
Rendezvous® Rye is a blend of two exotic straight rye whiskies; one old, and one young. It marries the rich aromatic qualities of a 16-year-old rye with the bold spicy properties of 6-year-old rye to...

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A.D. Laws Rye Whiskey Secale-Wine Chateau
Denver’s Laws Whiskey House recently released a 100 proof small batch rye, as well as a set of ten different cask strength single barrel ryes. This marks the second whiskey style from Laws, with a...

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Widow Jane Whiskey Rye Mash American Oak Aged-Wine Chateau
When rye comes off the still it is sweet, grassy, and floral. A traditional “spicy” characteristic all come from the barrel. With this whiskey, our goal was to lightly oak the rye distillate in our...

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Virgil Kaine Rye Whiskey Robber Baron-Wine Chateau
Virgil Kaine Robber Baron Rye Whiskey is a blend of 4% bourbon and 96% rye. The bourbon used in the blend is distilled from a mash bill of 60% corn, 36% rye and 4% barley....

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Pendleton Canadian Rye Whisky 12 Year 1910-Wine Chateau
Features round, rich notes of tobacco, charred oak and butterscotch with a spicy rye kick and peppery heat. Finishes with the smoothness of maple and sweet cherry to provide a weighty and balanced, yet complex...

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Redemption Rye Whiskey-Wine Chateau
Redemption Rye’s goal is to bring back the classic American Rye cocktail. While the Federal law states that a whiskey must be 51% rye grain to be classified as a rye we chose to push...

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Redemption Rye Whiskey Barrel Proof 8 Year-Wine Chateau
Savory nose of fennel, light dill, eucalyptus, cedar, maybe a touch more subdued than the 50. Classic rye, dill, pepper, anise, menthol on the palate, with this one a bit more lively. Water adds the...

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Redemption Bourbon High-Rye Barrel Proof-Wine Chateau
Redemption Barrel Proof Bourbon is a warm spice driven bourbon with a lot of character and an oily feel. Water helps open it up a bit and some nice notes of herbs and chocolate covered...

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Old Potrero Whiskey 18Th Century Style-Wine Chateau
This release was distilled in a small copper pot still at the Anchor distillery on San Francisco’s Potrero Hill, from a mash of 100% rye malt. Rye was the grain of choice for America’s first...

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As with other varieties, rye whiskey gets its name because of its mash being composed mostly of rye. The spirit is distilled and aged in new barrels to enhance its flavor. Formerly produced in regions throughout the country, most distilleries are now concentrated in Kentucky.

Rye whiskey has been in a bit of a popularity contest with bourbon. Although both are whiskey, the two styles are rather different. Rye offers spicy, fruity notes with a zesty finish and dryness that cut through cocktail mixers. It has a lighter body than bourbon but is still robust. Bartenders started to favor bourbon for its sweet and smooth characteristics that would blend better in cocktails. Lately, there has been a resurgence in the popularity of rye whiskey.

Try an alternative to the sweet whiskeys with rye whiskey that will really stand out. Browse our selection at Wine Chateau to search for the top labels in the trade with a variety of styles and profiles.