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The 2010 released Amarone finish from Arran. This has a similar style to the brilliant Sassicaia finish. Amarone is dry Italian red made using partially dried Corvina grapes, Rondinella grapes and Molinara.
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Superb with only some minor hints of alcohol on the nose and palate, but not enough to detract from what is an overall great whisky.
12th November 2016
Superb rich smooth quality whisky at an unbelievably good price.
27th November 2015
This whisky has been finished in an Amarone cask. That's a dry Italian red wine. As it says on the bottle the colouring is natural - it's simply the whisky picking up a touch of the wine colour from the cask.
4th May 2015
My wife actually plucked this up for me as a gift and she based this on a purchase I had made before which was a Macallan finished in sherry oak. This was a fantastic discovery for me and I have enjoyed this single malt so much more. The rich smooth taste with a clean flavorful finish is great. Still can't let the wife know this......she did good.
11th December 2014
I would echo the previous review: Dangerously drinkable. It is so creamy, rich, and sweet. It does have a slight dryness on the palate, much like an Amarone wine. Very very very good.
21st November 2014
Dangerously drinkable. Don't be swayed by the colour as it is a result of the wine cask. A great purchase.
26th May 2014
Very nice for pink whisky. The colour suits the flavour perfectly. Quite soft on the nose but the flavour is more intense, with chocolate-covered cherry, honeydew melon, and lots of sea salt. The medium finish is rather dry.
3rd September 2011