The pinnacle whisky of the House of Walker – it is the epitome of blending. Created to reflect the style of whiskies in the early 19th century, it's created using some of our rarest casks from the Johnnie Walker stocks, the largest in the world.
Johnnie Walker Blue Label sets the standard, with layers and layers of flavor from hand-selected, rare casks from across the distilling regions of Scotland. Its flavors are influenced by the smoke of the west and the rich, sweet whiskies of the east. Blue Label has the authentic character and flavour of a traditional nineteenth century blend, just like those that John Walker and his son Alexander developed for their most valued customers.
It is made from a few exceptional whiskies with powerful flavours. Each bottle is individually numbered, each contains a rare taste and gives an intense experience.
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 95 points - Dazzling floral aromatics of honeysuckle, elderflower and wild clover lead into deeper notes of biscuits and brown sugar. Rich, toasty and honeyed in the mouth with rolled oats, creme brulee and toasted nutmeg shining through. Everything culminates in a textured, smoky finish.
Nose: Enticing fruit aromas of sweet orange and peach, followed by notes of marzipan and nuts Palate: Hints of rich milk chocolate, orange and a fondant creaminess Finish: Magnificently, long, warm and memorable
Avión Reserva 44 is the world’s finest extra Añejo tequila – a spirit that the most demanding of tequila connoisseurs and high-end whiskey drinkers will fully appreciate.
Reserva 44 is hand bottled and carefully filled into a fire-polished crystal bottle and luxury gift box.
Age: 44 months in oak barrels, then aged an additional month in specially selected petite barrels, which are rotated daily.
Color: Rich scotch
Aroma: Finely roasted agave with hints of warm vanilla and spice
Taste: Expertly complex infusion of ripe luscious
The Glenlivet XXV is a batch-produced whisky finished in individually selected ex-sherry butts. The Oloroso-soaked oak imparts a nutty spiciness and enriches the flavour of the expression. Each cask is individually monitored in the finishing process to ensure only the subtlest sherry tones are added to this intense, silky and elegant whisky.
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 95 points - Aromas of spiced apples and leather are bold. The palate starts silky smooth with cinnamon raisin, pastry and moderate campfire smoke. The texture turns somewhat grainy and finishes with salted caramel and earthy complexity. April 2014.
Reserva de la Familia® is the world’s first extra-añejo tequila. It is hand selected from the Cuervo® family’s private collection. Each bottle is made using only blue agave harvested at its peak maturity after seven to twelve years of growing in the field, and aged in French and American oak barrels for a minimum of three years. Reserva de la Familia® is best served in a snifter, allowing for full appreciation of its flavors, aroma, and velvety finish.
Color: Dark Amber Hue. Aroma: Oak, almonds, apples, olives & cinnamon. Flavor: Rich oak, toasted almonds, apples, vanilla and cinnamon. Finish: Long and silky
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 94 points - Whiffs of chocolate and old cigar box emerge as this beauty warms, yielding to coffee and leather; the mouth fills with rounded mature flavors of baking spices, toasted coconut and black pepper, and finishes with a mouth watering astringency.
This exquisite spirit is handcrafted from rare whiskies produced only in distilleries that operated during the reign of King George V, including several which no longer exists, such as the Port Ellen distillery. The prized Port Ellen malt represents a lost generation of Islay Whiskies with a peatiness and fundamentally profound, complex nature that cannot be found anywhere else.
Nose: Initial aromas as of profound smokiness, followed by sweet fresh fruit such as apples and bananas, and malt characteristics; developing into rich dried fruit (raisins, figs, cinnamon) and spicy complexity. Palate: Powerful, complex and rich, yet exceptionally smooth. Finish: Rich, mouth-warming and lingering peaty finish.
The agave aroma is intense with herbal tinges of mint and rosemary, delicate hues of flowers and black pepper, hints of grapefruit and pineapple. It is crisp and clean, well balanced and exceptionally smooth.
The rich palate of the 18 Year Old is the result of a combination of several different cask types. The Glenlivet Master Distiller Alan Winchester has a wealth of quality casks to choose from when creating this complex expression, with American and European Oak, first and second fill, all playing their parts. European Oak imparts spicy hints and brings additional complexity. First-fill American Oak adds tropical fruitiness.
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 96 points - Notes of spiced apples and oranges mix with grassy aromas on the intricately layered nose. The flavors are elegant and delicate in the mouth offering floral tones, light caramel and coffee and a touch of smoke throughout. Incredibly smooth and round, silken. April 2014
Full yellow in colour; a delicate aromatic bouquet reminiscent of rose-petal with hints of honey and ginger and a whiff of tropical fruits; full-bodied, luscious but dry on the palate, the opulence cut by vibrant acidity
Alamos Malbec shows the unique potential of this most Argentine of grapes. With a deep, dark violet color, the wine has a concentrated nose of black stone fruits with a touch of toast from light oak aging. The palate is full and round with black raspberry and currant flavors mixed with notes of vanilla and coffee. The finish is long and lingering with soft, sweet tannins.
Altaneve is the faithful embodiment of this ancient wine, created with generations of experience, and from a terroir exclusive to the steep foothills of the Dolomites. Translated in Italian as “high snow,” Altaneve alludes to the Dolomite Mountains’ temperate microclimate that lends a special character to the grapes that make the wine unique. With the current sparkling wine renaissance, this legendary Prosecco brand has emerged as a modern classic for those with discriminating taste. Altaneve heralds the centuries of heritage with its timeless and elegant spirit.
Altaneve originates from Valdobbiadene, the Italian town reputed for producing the highest quality of sparkling wine. Located in the foothills of the Dolomites, Valdobbiadene’s steep terrain has produced glera grapes for millennia. The terroir and the oenology differentiate Altaneve from other Proseccos. Altaneve is a Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G. that is composed of 100% glera grapes that are grown exclusively on the steep hillsides of Valdobbiadene. Each hill’s orientation to the sun determines when specific sections of vineyard are harvested to capture the grapes at their peak ripeness. Due to the steep terrain, the grape clusters are hand-picked and hand-selected, one-by-one. This harvesting method results in the freshest grapes that require the least amount of preservatives (sulfites) during the winemaking process. The result is a wine with a unique, floral aroma and an elegant delicateness. Renowned Prosecco oenologists monitor the entire Altaneve wine making process to guarantee consistent taste and composition. The wine’s bouquet and persistent perlage are developed by an extended secondary fermentation, rarely employed by wine producers.