Glenmorangie Sonnalta PX

70cl / 46%
  • Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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Glenmorangie's Sonnalta PX was the first release of their Private Collection bottlings. Sonnalta PX has been finished in casks formerly containing Pedro Ximenez. A great success at TWE tastings in Vinopolis.

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Glenmorangie Sonnalta PX Reviews

17 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    5 March 2015

    One word. OUTSTANDING!

  • H 18 February 2013

    What does it matter what score it gets, we all have differing palates, for me this is top draw. I was a staunch Irish Pot Still Whiskey drinker but there are only so many & this was the 1st Scotch I bought of a review / ever really tried & guess what? It is gorgeous.

  • MAW 25 December 2012

    This dram is so good I had to pry it out of my wife's hand so I could drink it. Don't believe all the haters.

  • Travis Kingdon 17 May 2012

    this is sherried gold - a great effort by glenmorangie

  • Dan 25 February 2012

    To Keith & James, if you do not agree with Jim Murray's whisky bible scores then just don't bother reading it, simple. As Michael mentioned there are a large number of ardbeg & glenmorangie whiskies that score below 80. You should just drink it and either enjoy it or dislike it, but get a life and keep your nasty opinions to yourself.

  • quaid 23 February 2011

    its horses for courses. if u happen to be a peathead and prefer the peatier malts then something like this isnt going to be your ideal dram. i personally dont mind it, i think its very easy to drink and is quite tasty, yes there are better whiskys that are cheaper or more expencive but there always will be.

  • Michael T. Nielsen 11 August 2010

    And by the way the Sonnalta PX is a fantastic dram. Have to agree about the price a little to high.

  • Michael T. Nielsen 11 August 2010

    Keith> Ardbeg Lord of the Isles, a highly commercial and extremely expencive dram, is only rated 85 by Jim Murray. So not all get star reviews.

  • Jean Lesourde. 17 July 2010

    For me it was the best Glenmorangie on offer! I fully agree with Jimbo, it is the stuff for the sherry lovers:)Much better than Astar whisch too woody for me.

  • Snake 5 June 2010

    Too true. As if Jim Murray can sample 8 million whiskies a year and then rate them to the decimal point (he smells them - ha!).Still, the Lagavulin Pedro Ximenez is amazing, so I'd like to try this boring yeasty dram to see what the "dressing up" does. But not at this price.

  • Keith Evans 14 May 2010

    I agree with Saxon the so called 'Whisky Bible' is written by Jim Murray who has been known to act as an employee and ambassador for Ardbeg. Anything from Ardbeg always gets star reviews. Oh by the way the parent company of Ardbeg is non other than Glenmorangie plc - 96.5 hah!

  • james saxon 13 May 2010

    Philip can you not decide for yourself then instead of having to rely on a book - which as everyone knows is highly slanted to certain distilleries! You really need to form some opinions of your own and taste malt without being led.

  • Philip 13 May 2010

    james saxon - Forgive me if I trust the Whisky Bible score more than a disgruntled drinker. I bought this on the strength of the 96.5 score and I thought Sonnalta was terrific

  • Jimbo 13 May 2010

    Easy to be cynical as above, but what's so 'marketing dept idea' about sherried whisky - not exactly an unusual concept? This works - if you like sherried whisky you won't be disappointed.

  • james saxon 12 May 2010

    Yet another dressed up malt - an average offering hiding behind a marketing dept idea. Very average dram, very expensive ploy.

  • Rteo 30 April 2010

    Good whisky - Can't wait to get the next bottle.

  • rico 20 April 2010

    I drank it whole night so easy to drink yet very complex