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Balvenie

Balvenie lies in the Convals in Dufftown. The distillery was built by William Grant just below Glenfiddich in 1892, sharing its water source, the Robbie Dhu springs, with its illustrious neighbour. Despite also having the same distiller, Balvenie is hugely different in character. It is one of the few Scotch distilleries to boast in-house floor maltings, utlilising locally hand-cut peat. The floor maltings at Balvenie also supply neighbouring Glenfiddich.

Over the last few years, Balvenie has become the ninth bestselling single malt and demand is growing. Since being first built, Balvenie has been continually under the ownership of William Grant & Sons, proprietors also of the two neighbouring Speyside distilleries Glenfiddich and Kininvie. An award-winning distillery, two bottlings from the core range, ‘PortWood 21 Year-Old’ and ‘DoubleWood’ took gold medals at the 1998 International Spirits Challenge and at the 1997 International Wine and Spirit Competition respectively.

Balvenie 47 Year Old 1971 (cask 2855) - The Balvenie DCS Compendium Chapter Four

70cl, 49.9%

A special whisky right here from The Balvenie. Distilled on 8 March 1971, this expression from The Balvenie Distillery was lovingly filled into a European oak Oloroso sherry butt, where it was left…  More info

Balvenie 47 Year Old 1971 (cask 2855) - The Balvenie DCS Compendium Chapter Four

Balvenie 56 Year Old 1962 (cask 5575) - The Balvenie DCS Compendium Chapter Five

70cl, 42.1%

An extraordinarily well-matured whisky from the Balvenie Distillery, released as part of the The Balvenie DCS Compendium Chapter Five. The whole DCS Compendium honours malt master David C. Stewart…  More info

Balvenie 56 Year Old 1962 (cask 5575) - The Balvenie DCS Compendium Chapter Five

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