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When it comes to Tennessee, whiskey producers are proud of their creation. There are only a few true brands remaining in the state, and Wine Chateau carries these trusted names.

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Jack Daniel's Whiskey Green Label-Wine Chateau

Notes: Jack Daniel's Green Label Whiskey is lighter than Jack Daniel's Old No. 7. This less aged variety is smoother and less sweet than the traditional black label recipe. Buy Jack Daniel's Green Label for...

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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey 150Th Anniversary-Wine Chateau
Mellowed drop by drop through 10-feet of sugar maple charcoal, then matured in handcrafted barrels of our own making. And our Tennessee Whiskey doesn’t follow a calendar. It’s only ready when our tasters say it...

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Gentleman Jack Tennessee Whiskey-Wine Chateau

Notes: Gentleman Jack Daniel's is a rare Tennessee whiskey with rich, full flavor made more complex with hints of fruit and spice. It began production in 1988, and its unique profile is a result of...

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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey-Wine Chateau

Notes: Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey blends the distillery's beloved Tennessee Whiskey with a hint of honey liqueur — manufactured in the oldest distillery in the U.S. — for a one-of-a-kind take on classic Jack. It's...

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Jack Daniel's Whiskey Sinatra Select-Wine Chateau
Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select is bottled at 90 proof and gains its rich character from specially crafted “Sinatra Barrels” mingled with our classic Tennessee Whiskey. The Sinatra Barrels are handcrafted with the addition of deep...

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George Dickel Whisky No 12

George Dickel Superior No. 12 Whisky is a fine Tennessee whisky with a deep profile. Its range of personality is a result of the combination of whiskies hand-selected to create a unique richness and depth....

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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire-Wine Chateau
Jack’s original red-hot cinnamon liqueur is blended with Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey. The result: Jack Fire, a classic spirit that delivers a delicious finish.

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Jack Daniel's Whiskey Single Barrel Select-Wine Chateau
The full, flavorful character and dark-amber color of Jack Daniel's Single Barrel in large part is a result of where the whiskey rests in the barrel house.The Jack Daniel Distillery was licensed in 1866, making...

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Jailers Tennessee Whiskey-Wine Chateau
Tennessee Spirits Jailers whiskey is a newer brand into the American whiskey market. Jailers Tennessee whiskey is overseen by Dave Scheurich, who uses the Tennessee process of drizzling the spirit through charred maple. It is...

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Bonnie Rose Tennessee White Whiskey Orange Peel-Wine Chateau
BONNIE ROSE Orange Peel flavor is made from orange peel, both cold-pressed and distilled, for depth and extra citrus zip. All that zest is expertly blended until every sip pops with fresh-from-the-grove orange taste.But the...

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Bonnie Rose Tennessee White Whiskey Spiced Apple-Wine Chateau
Our bold Spiced Apple flavor has real, plucked-from-the-orchard taste, extracted from a barrelful of the juiciest apples, and mixed with real spices from exotic locales. That ripe apple essence gives BONNIE ROSE a hint of...

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Collier and Mckeel Tennessee Whiskey-Wine Chateau
To make Collier and McKeel first we bring limestone filtered water from our family farm on the Big Richland Creek and use it to make a mash of corn, rye and malted barley. Then we...

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Much like the strict naming classifications of European wines, Tennessee whiskey follows its own set of requirements. Legally speaking, this variety of whiskey is classified as bourbon whiskey in that it is made mostly of corn and aged in new oak barrels. This straight whiskey must be produced in Tennessee and undergo a certain filtering process through charcoal to earn the label. When shopping for Tennessee whiskey, keep in mind that not all whiskey made in the state is considered Tennessee whiskey. The state enforces these strict requirements to ensure the quality and authenticity of the product.

There are relatively few brands of Tennessee whiskey remaining, the most popular being Jack Daniels, Collier and McKeel, George Dickel and Prichard's Distillery. There are a few others, but these brands will guarantee you a whiskey that meets all of the requirements. Shop these select brands for less online at Wine Chateau.