Glendronach is a distillery unknown to many, but those who do know it more often than not love it. The distillery is situated in the Highlands but is often mistaken as a Speyside, in part due to its close proximity to Speyside, and also because of its character.

Few distilleries use primarily sherry casks for maturing their spirits. Glendronach is one of the few, resulting in a fantastic range of rich, sweet, sherried whiskies.



Whilst making the pilgrimage to the distillery, there is the opportunity to hand fill the distillery exclusive bottling. The spirit comes from a single cask, which once the cask has been emptied, another will be selected in its place.

Lot 232 is a fine example of one of these ‘Hand-fill’ bottles. Distilled in July 1994, matured in Oloroso puncheon 7459, and bottled at the beginning of 2020. There is no question this whisky will be a favourite of any ‘sherry-head’, and it could be yours, with an estimate of £300-£400.


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Graeme Maxwell


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