Posts Tagged “Wine Cask”

Golani Vino Cabernet Oak Cask 72 (55.3%)

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Golani Vino Cabernet Oak Cask 72 (55.3%)

I like whisky in wine casks, and have reviewed the Golani Vino previously. However, it has come to my attention that the profile of the vino has changed lately, using Cabernet casks from the Golan Heights Winery. I have gotten a sample of the cask strength version from David at the distillery to try, and…

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Milk and Honey Distillery – M&H Staying Alive in Tel Aviv – COVID -19 Edition (55%)

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Milk and Honey Distillery – M&H Staying Alive in Tel Aviv – COVID -19 Edition (55%)

The 2020 Whisky Live Tel Aviv was scheduled for March and like every other whisky event all over the world, was postponed. This expression was supposed to be the Whisky Live bottling, and once it was clear that the event was not going to be held on the alternative dates proposed for mid-May, it was…

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Golani Single Malt Unicorn Cask 27 (57.7%)

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Golani Single Malt Unicorn Cask 27 (57.7%)

Every once in a while distilleries get really special casks. They get filled, monitored regularly, and at one point they’re deemed ready to be bottled. Now the question is, what do they do with them? Most would probably opt for a bottle your own option, while others would go with a single cask offering. Others…

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Glen Garioch Bottle Your Own, 1999 Wine Cask 1420 (56.5%)

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Glen Garioch Bottle Your Own, 1999 Wine Cask 1420 (56.5%)

My last visit to Scotland was a short one, following the London Whisky Show. Short or long, though, a stop at Glen Garioch in Oldmeldrum is a must, as there’s a new bottle your own cask on tap from their two or three that are regularly available. The new cask is a first fill red…

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Kilchoman Red Wine – Single Cask for K&L (60.3%)

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Kilchoman Red Wine – Single Cask for K&L (60.3%)

This is a single cask release, and to the best of my knowledge the first ever in red wine. Now this could have seemed to be a curios single cask showing up out of nowhere, and would have probably remained so, had this label not showed up for approval in the United States: With 50%…

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