Global Whisky Auctions

Global Whisky Auctions - Thirty Seventh Auction October 2020

Global Whisky Auctions

Global Whisky Auctions - Thirty Seventh Auction October 2020

We present to you the highlights of Global Whisky Auctions - Thirty Seventh Auction October 2020

 

Below is a comprehnsive list of top trending whiskies of this auction.

 

MACALLAN 1973 18 YEAR OLD - 75CL, 43%  was the joint top grosser at this auction with winning bid of £2,025.00

 

Here you have the list of highest bid received whiskies of this auction. 

Top Grossing Whisky - Global Whisky Auctions October 2020

Macallan 1973 18 Year Old - 75cl, 43%

Traditionally, they insisted on maturing their spirit solely in the highest quality sherry casks, sourced directly from Jerez, Spain:  in fact, the Edrington Group, which owns the brand, has even invested in sherry vineyards to ensure the continuing supply of their precious oak, thus giving them the oversight they need to maintain quality.  The exclusive use of

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Littlemill 29 Year Old - 70cl, 47.3%

Littlemill distillery, a candidate for the oldest in Scotland (records from the mid-18th-century are sketchy at best), did well to survive the decimation that closed a great deal of distilleries - including many of its neighbours - in the 1980s.  Having closed for a while, it reopened in 1988, and things looked relatively bright for this well-regarded Lowland. 

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Macallan 1978 18 Year Old - 70cl, 43%

Traditionally, they insisted on maturing their spirit solely in the highest quality sherry casks, sourced directly from Jerez, Spain:  in fact, the Edrington Group, which owns the brand, has even invested in sherry vineyards to ensure the continuing supply of their precious oak, thus giving them the oversight they need to maintain quality.  The exclusive use of

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Glengoyne 2007 Cairdeas Private Cask - Case of 6 bottles

Glengoyne is legally a ‘Highland’ whisky…but stylistically it can be compared to other Lowland malts, with its exceptional softness and sweet vanilla flavours.

Private bottling of Glengoyne.

Distilled 21/11/2007, bottled July 2018.

10 Year Old Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

Matured in a American Oak Sherry Hogshead no. 1676. Case

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Macallan 10 Year Old 1980's - 75cl, 40%

Macallan is the world’s third-best-selling single malt, after Glenfiddich and Glenlivet…but it is second place by value.  This reflects the premium nature of the Macallan brand, and no small part of that ranking is likely down to the sale of many phenomenally expensive limited editions and vintage bottlings.

Official bottling of Macallan, bottled in the

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Old Pulteney 1997 21 Year Old Single Cask - 70cl, 53.1%

Pulteney’s crown as the most northerly distillery on the Scottish mainland seemed pretty safe - until the Wolfburn distillery, 12 miles up the road in Thurso, reopened in 2013 and pushed it into second place.  That’s not to take away from Pulteney’s extremity of location:  at the distillery’s founding in 1826, it was supplied with barley by sea because it was so

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SMWS 64.39 Mannochmore 1998 23 Year Old - 70cl, 50.2%

Established in 1971 to provide malt for the Haig blends (such as Dimple), Mannochmore distillery occupied the same premises as its sister Glenlossie, and until 2007 the two distilleries shared the same staff, who alternated between stills to provide malt of two different styles.  With the revival of demand for whisky in the new millennium, Mannochmore and 

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