An unusual cask maturation of red wine barriques lends an exciting edge to this Glenlossie.
Deep red fruits, juicy blackberries and a lovely grippy finish.
Notes by Emili Fusaro
|Product Name||Glenlossie 2009 12 Year Old Red Wine Barriques Carn Mor Strictly Limited|
|Age Declaration||12 years old|
|Strength (ABV %)||47.5%|
|Private Label||Carn Mor|
|Cask Type||Red wine barriques|
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