The GlenDronach Port Wood Finish Scotch Whisky

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Size750mL Proof92 (46% ABV) *Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
A masterpiece by GlenDronach's master distiller Rachel Berrie, The GlenDronach Port Wood Finish was first aged in Pedro Ximenez and Oloroso sherry casks before being finished in the finest port casks from Portugal.
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About The GlenDronach Port Wood Finish Scotch Whisky

Crafted by master distiller Rachel Berrie, The Glendronach Port Wood Finish was first aged in GlenDronach's signature Pedro Ximenez and Oloroso sherry casks. It was then finished in the finest port casks from the Duoro Valley in Portugal for a total maturation period of 10 years. Bottled at 92 proof, this is a spectacular example of a sherry-finished single malt that brings a bright and fruity nose and a buttery palate with flavors of dried fruits, salted caramel, and a hint of oak. The finish is warm, smooth, and long.

Coming from one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland, GlenDronach Distillery has been located in the Valley of Forgue in the east Highland hills for nearly 200 years since it was founded by James Allardice in 1826. Allardice was the second person to apply for a license to distill whisky in Scotland. Famed for making the single malts in the true Highland style – heavy and robust – GlenDronach single malts are perfect for maturation in sherry casks and they source the finest Spanish Pedro Ximenez and Oloroso sherry casks from Andalucia.

Today, the distillery stands near Forgue in the Speyside region. After some changing-of-hands – the distillery was once owned by BenRiach, GlenDronach was acquired by Pernod Ricard in 2005. They converted the last of the Scottish coal-fired stills to indirect steam-heated coils. GlenDronach was the last of the remaining distilleries using the method at this time.

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About The Glendronach

The year is 1826, the Temperance Society had just been formed in Boston, Beethoven’s Quartet No. 13 is premiered in Vienna, the combustable engine is being patented, and deep within the Scottish Highlands, in the land of peat and bagpipes, the GlenDronach distillery is being born. GlenDronach got its start shortly after the Excise Act of 1823, when James Allardice became the second person to apply for a license to distill Whisky in Scotland. Ever since, the iconic Scottish distillery has been under the ownership of several well known names in Scotch, namely; Walter Scott, Captain Charles Grant, and William Teacher and Sons.

The distillery is located near Forgue, by Huntly, Aberdeenshire, in the Speyside region, and is currently owned by BenRiach. GlenDronach survived many set-backs, including a fire in 1836 that nearly destroyed the entire facility. Their floor malting was also halted in 1996, and the distillery was mothballed. The distillery experienced a near complete overhaul when giant Pernod Ricard acquired them in 2005. They converted the last of the Scottish coal-fired stills to indirect steam-heated coils. GlenDronach was the last of the remaining distilleries using the method at this time.

About Scotch

Scotch is the most popular whisky in the world and is considered the king of them all! There are five whisky regions in Scotland (six if you count the not officially recognized Islands), and each of them produces spirits with unique properties and distinct tasting notes. (The type of grain used determents the type of the scotch.)


Malt whisky is made of malted barley, and grain whisky uses other grains like corn or wheat. Most of the time, a whisky is blended from different distilleries hence the name blended scotch, but if a malt whisky is produced in a single distillery, we get something extraordinary called a single malt.


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A bright and fruity nose bringing sherry and sultanas aromas that further develop on the buttery, oily palate with flavors of dried fruits, berries, orange zest, salted caramel, and a hint of oak. The finish is warming, smooth, and long.
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