Glen Spey Cote Rotie 2009 (12 year old) Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice

Gordon & MacPhail

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Glen Spey Cote Rotie 2009 

A delightful single malt Glen Spey, finished in Côte Rôtie wine casks for 3 years. Distilled in 2009 and matured for over 12 years in total before being bottled in 2021 by Gordon & MacPhail as a part of their Connoisseurs Choice series. Côte Rôtie has some of the oldest vineyards in France and is famed for full-bodied, richly coloured red wines. 'Sweet raspberry flavours compliment soft orange and toasted oak.'

Glen Spey Distillery..

Glen Spey was originally named Millhaugh, because it started out as an extension to the Mill of Rothes. The owner, James Stuart, was a corn merchant before he was a distiller, and at one point, the building served a dual purpose. Sold to W & A Gilbey in 1887, Glen Spey suffered a period of bad luck, when its roof collapsed after a particularly heavy snowfall. But production continued despite the mishaps, and Glen Spey was rebuilt and expanded to four stills in 1969. Through it all, the song of the Goldcrest, Britain’s smallest songbird, has accompanied the changes, drifting from the surrounding pine forests.

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