1936 G&M Mortlach Connoisseurs Choice 35 YO (43%)

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24 Hours in... Burgundy
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BY Gavin Smith,
ON December 12, 2019
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F Scott Fitzgerald once wrote, “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall" and if one thing is certain, it’s that The Great Gatsby has no shortage of Champagne. With that in mind, we take a look at five Champagnes to watch this September… September is a time for new beginnings and the wine industry is no ...
ON August 24, 2017
Château Haut-Brion – The Insider’s First-Growth
For the last of our profiles on the Bordeaux first-growths we move away from Medoc to Pessac, to examine Chateau Haut-Brion – a first-growth of incredibly quality boasting no fewer than six 100 point Robert Parker scores. The connoisseur’s grand vin The only first growth of Pessac, this estate is set apart from its rivals in both geography and style ...
ON November 11, 2015
The Red Grapes of Fine Wine
We look at the red grapes that make up the finest wines in the world. Where are they grown? What’s their unique character? What makes them so special? Cabernet Sauvignon – From the Left-Bank of Bordeaux It Has Conquered the Globe The most noble and aristocratic of the red grapes, its thick skin and rich fruit always mean long-lived ...
ON October 19, 2015
Product details
Country
United Kingdom
Region
Scotland
Sub-region
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Colour
White
Taste
Dry
Alcohol %
43%
Product Type
Whisky
Product Subtype
Single Malt
Drinking Window
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