BUNNAHABHAIN 2008 MÒINE BORDEAUX RED WINE CASK MATURED 58.1% 700ml
Non-chill filtered with Natural colour
Bunnahabhain Distillery sits on one of the most remote corners of the island, nestled into the bay right on the Sound of Islay. Despite our remote location, we never stop searching the world for the perfect casks to complement our Single Malt Limited Editions, and for this 2008 Mòine Bordeaux Red Wine edition, we have found something truly special.
Although the original non-peated Islay malt, Bunnahabhain has become well known for its Mòine, (meaning 'peated' in Scots Gaelic) variants in recent years. For the first time in the distillery's history, our peated spirit has been fully matured in premium red wine casks from Bordeaux in France. These casks have been maturing, protected from the elements in our coastal warehouses, for just under ten years, before being bottled in early 2018. The result is a unique and stunning array of rich grape, toffee and peppery smoke notes, with a long and warming fruity finish. Sit back and savour.
With a gorgeous deep red gold colour, a delightful balance between sweet grape, toffee, espresso and a warming peppery smoke, our 2008 Mòine Bordeaux Red Wine Cask Matured Edition is a rich and truly unique Bunnahabhain.
COLOUR: Deep Red Gold
NOSE: Rich fruit & grape, hints of nut & rich oak, toffee & espresso balanced with pepper & smoke.
PALATE: Almost layered with rich grape & red wine influence, hints of toffee, chocolate & tobacco, developing into a warming peppery smoke
FINISH: Long & lingering combination of fruit & smoke
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