VBP Bottle Drawing
Very Rare. Very Tasty.
Enter by Nov 16th.
25 VBP points per entry!
Winners can purchase at MSRP.
Four Roses "130th Anniversary" Limited Edition Small Batch, $129, 2 bottles
- Crafted from four recipes, a 13-year-old Bourbon from Four Roses’ OBSF recipe, a 10-year-old OBSV, a 14-year-old OESV and a 16-year-old OESK. Bottled at barrel strength, the remarkably balanced 130th Anniversary Limited Edition Small Batch introduces warm aromas of rich vanilla and crème brûlée, mingled with ripe berries. Bright apricot flavors greet the palate, then give way to hints of mint, cinnamon, apple and mellow oak. The finish is very long, with notes of more fruit, vanilla and cinnamon.
High West A Midwinter Night's Dram, $89, 10 bottles
- A limited release of High West Rendezvous Rye finished in French oak port barrels. Best enjoyed next to a warm fire with homemade fig cookies! Teeming with dried black cherries, fig syrup, molasses, leather, dark chocolate almonds, spiced cherry jam on gingerbread toast. Finishes with spiced clove and blackberries, candied ginger, wooden spice box, orange peel.
Michter's 10 Year Single Barrel Bourbon, $119, 10 bottles
- Mature and truly exceptional in quality, Michter’s 10 Year Single Barrel Kentucky Straight Bourbon has earned its place as an enduring favorite of the most discerning whiskey connoisseurs. The “Best American Whiskey” according to Food & Wine magazine. Big and bold dark toffee and caramel, charred oak, maple syrup, vanilla.
St George Baller Single Malt Whiskey, $59, 12 bottles
- “A California take on the Japanese spin on Scotch whisky.” Distilled from 100% American barley in eau de vie pot stills. Aged in used bourbon casks and French oak wine casks, and filtered through maple charcoal.
The whiskey is finished in casks that had held house-made umeshu (a Japanese style of plum liqueur St George makes entirely from California-grown ume fruit).
St George Lot 18 Single Malt Whiskey, $99, 6 bottles
- Before starting at St. George, master distiller Lance spent five years working as a brewer. This brewing background strongly informs the whiskey’s mash bill - using various roast levels of two-row barley to elicit rich aromas of hazelnut and cocoa, and smoking a portion of unroasted barley over beech and alder wood to add base notes and additional complexity. Lot 18 expresses cocoa, nutmeg, and honey. On the palate, find dark chocolate and a distinct brandied quality, as well as notes of Seville marmalade, toasted walnut, barley, and strong ale.
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