Matured in first-fill sherry hogsheads this is a 2006 vintage Dufftown from Gordon & MacPhails Connoisseurs Choice range. It was bottled in 2016 and offers notes of banana, ripe red apple and overtones of sherry.
Strathisla is a Chivas-owned distillery, but this is a marvellous independent release from one of the oldest bottlers Gordon & MacPhail. And to celebrate the heritage, G&M have released this Strathisla in very smart retro packaging – not to mention at very good value indeed.
Gordon & MacPhail's Glen Grant releases have become industry legends over the years, as they were once the distillery's official bottlers. This one keeps the old-school labelling - it was distilled back in 2005 and bottled in 2016 after living in a sherry hogshead.
A very impressive independent bottling from the well-trusted Gordon & MacPhail team. This Strathmill is light and fruity with a hint of pepper spice and was bottled up for their excellent Connoisseurs Choice range.
A 1998 vintage Benrinnes from Gordon & MacPhail's Connoisseurs Choice range, matured in first fill sherry hogsheads! When it was bottled in 2016, the result was a creamy palate with notes of red apple, some banana and a blanket of sherry.
A 1997 vintage Tormore which was independently bottled by the great Gordon & MacPhail. It was bottled by them in 2014 for their Connoisseurs Choice range and offers notes of honeyed malt, creamy vanilla and warm apple pie.
Aged in a combination of refill sherry butts and refill sherry hogsheads, this indie bottling of Clynelish was distilled in 2000 and bottled in 2015 by Gordon & MacPhial for their Connoisseurs Choice range.
Mannochmore usually ends up making its way into Diageo blends. Here the unusual Speysider is available as part of Gordon & MacPhail's Connoisseurs Choice range, which is well-known for its often uncommon whiskies being made available for great value.
A 1997 vintage Macallan from Gordon & MacPhail'ssuperbSpeymalt selection. Over the years we've seen this independent bottler release some utterly magnificent bottles in the series, and this is one of 'em!
An indie bottling of single malt from the closed Imperial distillery, bottled by Gordon & MacPhail. It was distilled in 1996 and bottled in 2015 presented with a smooth ABV of 43%. A collective bottling from the sadly closed Imperial distillery.
An independently bottled Glen Keith which was distilled in 1997 and matured in first fill sherry hogsheads. When the whisky was seen at it's best, it was bottled by Gordon & MacPhail for their terrific Connoisseurs Choice range in 2015. Yummy sherry notes with stewed fruits and toasted...
A well-sherried single cask bottling of Glenburgie released by one of Scotland's most respected independent bottlers, Gordon & MacPhail. It was filled into first fill sherry puncheon #6346 in June 1995 and drawn out later in September 2016.They bottled the whisky at 57.9% abvas part of...
A well-sherried Miltonduff bottled for the Cask Strength range by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail. This 22 year old was distilled in 1994 and rested in a single sherry Puncheon till it was bottled in September 2016.