Glenturret claims to be the oldest active distillery in Scotland, but as is often the case with extravagant PR claims, the truth is never quite so simple. What is not in question is that officially distillation has taken place in the Crieff area on the site now occupied by the Glenturret distillery since at least 1775, with some sources indicat ... Read More »
An old bottling of 7 year old Glenturret. Very few official bottlings are released as most of the distillery's production is used as a base for The Famous Grouse, of which it is the spiritual home. We estimate this bottle dates from the 1970s.
An old bottling of 7 year old Glenturret from the 1970s. Very few official bottlings are released as most of the distillery's production is used as a base for The Famous Grouse, of which it is the spiritual home.
Please note this bottle has a tear to the label as shown in the photograph.
A delightfully presented 1980s crystal decanter containing Glenturret 21 year old and comes with accompanying stopper. Glenturret is the spiritual home of the Famous Grouse blend, for which most of its production is used.
A 1965 vintage Glenturret from independent bottlers Cadenhead's. Presented in the delightful dumpy bottle and classic black label that was the norm for the firm in this era, this was bottled in September 1982, the year after then owners Remy-Cointreau had bought the distillery and started a period of sizeable investment.