The first ever single pot still Irish whiskey finished in Bordeaux casks! The choice of Bordeaux wine is also significant – Ch. Léoville Barton is not only a highly-regarded grand cru Château, but one that takes it’s name from the Irish ‘Wine Geese’ winemaker Thomas Barton. In fact, Léoville Barton is still run by his descendants to this day. This bottling is a celebration of shared Irish heritage.
Matured initially in a mixture of ex-Oloroso Sherry, fresh American oak and ex-bourbon barrels, this Green Spot whiskey is then finished in the ex-Château Léoville Barton Bordeaux wine casks for 12 to 24 months.
Region: Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey
Nose: Wild raspberry, a little pot pourri, crab apple, honey and gingerbread.
Palate: Toffee, green apple, lemon peel, vanilla, redcurrant and warming spice.
Finish: Long and quite dry with cereal and plenty more spiciness!
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