|Article:||TauernROGG Sauternes Single Cask 64 / 2010|
|Whisk(e)y type:||Single Malt Whisky|
|Bottled:||05. August 2014|
|Barrel:||Stored for 6 months in the new Limousin oak barrel (225 l), then for 3.5 years in a sweet wine - barrel of the probably best known manufacturer into Sauternes.|
|Characteristics:||A mix from cereal and roasting notes. Impression of prunes, dark corn, peaty, analogous at the palate. The alcohol is tied well, very harmonious and compact with ripe tannins.|
|Number of bottles:||498|
Fermenting cautiously and distillation in the pot Still method. So the qualities are united in the TauernROGG single malt whisky to an absolute rarity.
For the further refining this single malt whisky is stored for many years up to its maturity in second-hand sweet wine casks from one of the most renowned chateaux in French Sauternes.
By the exclusive bottling by the barrel every bottle almost becomes an unicum and has to be pursued with its barrel number in its individual development.
The Salzburg Tauernroggen (Tauern-rye) is an ancient corn type. It is cultivated traditionally at about 1.000 m of lake height in the alpine mountains climate of the Salzburg Lungau.
Its character corresponds to its origin: Robust, unique in the taste and firm in the flavour.
Over many decades it almost has fallen into oblivion. But now this rye is rediscovered in a special way - as premieres whisky of the distillery rich in tradition, Guglhof.
In the south of Salzburg, in the old town Hallein lies the oldest distillery of the country. The Guglhof was set up in 1641. It is led since generations as a family company.
|Country of origin:||Austria|
|Company:||Brennerei Guglhof - Anton Vogl|
|Address:||Henry W. Davisstrasse 13A, 5400 Hallein Salzburg/Österreich|