The distillery is located a few miles west of Pitlochry at Moulin and belongs to the whisky region of the Highlands. It was probably founded in 1825 and is the only Scottish distillery that is still completely preserved in the style of farmhouse operations. At the same time, it was the smallest distillery in Scotland for a long time. The two stills produced just 15 barrels a week. Today’s production capacity is around 500,000 litres of pure alcohol per year, after an expansion of the distillery went into operation in February 2018.
Edradour 2010 Pawis Spätburgunder Finish #1 – 46,0%
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Edradour has been high on the popularity scale of single malt fans not only since Andrew Symington took over in 2002. The unadulterated whiskies of the distillery, located in the Highlands east of Pitlochry, are partly still produced with original equipment from the 19th century. For six new single casks, “Scotland’s Little Gem” joined forces with family-run wineries from Germany.
The Pawis Winery from Freyburg is a member of the Association of German Prädikat Wine Estates (VDP) and is known beyond the region. Edradour Single Malt from First Fill Bourbon casks was matured for 46 months in Pinot Noir casks from Pawis. The Edradour 2010/2022 – Pawis Pinot Noir #1 was bottled at drinking strength and the Edradour 2010/2022 – Pawis Pinot Noir #2 at cask strength. The velvety, fruity aromas of the Burgundy give the whiskies their special character.