At the 2006 International Spirits Challenge, The Balvenie was awarded gold medals for its Founder’s Reserve 10 Year Old , DoubleWood 12 Year Old , Balvenie New Wood 17 Year Old , PortWood 21 Year Old , Balvenie Thirty and Balvenie Portwood 1991. This is the biggest gold medal haul for any brand in any one year since the competition began. ... Read More »
The first release of Balvenie Rose, a Port finished Balvenie aged for 16 years. Balvenie Rose is named for the single red rose paid by Margaret Douglas to the King as annual rent for Balvenie Castle. Margaret Douglas was married to William Douglas (of the Black Douglasses) and was reinstated in Balvenie Castle following their defeat by James II.
A new addition to the distinguished family of Balvenie vintage releasese. This is described as an aromatic single malt with an explosion of flavours; zesty fruit, brambles, rich honey, brown sugar and vanilla.
A very rare single cask distillery bottling from Balvenie. Filled into cask #8923 on 29th June 1971 and then left alone for 33 years until bottling on 27th May 2005, a mere month away from it's 34th birthday. With only 225 cask strength bottles left in the cask there's very little of this left undrunk.
A rare and sought after bottling, despite 1966 being one of the more represented years in Balvenie's Vintage Cask range. A well aged and rich dram bottled from cask 6434 after about 32 years of maturation.
A very rare single cask distillery bottling of whisky from Balvenie. Filled into the cask on 9th April 1966 it was hand bottled at the distillery on 2nd June 1998, one of only 234 bottles filled from the cask.
The fifth edition of David Stewart's masterpiece of small batch assemblage, this Balvenie 40yo is comprised of liquid from three American oak casks and three sherry butts. Batch 2 picked up a whopping 96.5 points from Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2013, so hopes are very high for this one.