OCTOMORE 2009 Pauillac - 60th anniversary LMDW65,6%

Single Malt Whisky, Scotland / Islay, 70cl, Ref: 51687

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Pairing one of the Médoc region’s most famous wines with the world’s peatiest single malt was a bold move beautifully executed by the team at Fox Fitzgerald. The marriage between these two giants has brought forth a generous, highly complex and lavishly peaty single malt. This Octomore is a journey for the senses, departing from its homeland to discover Pauillac. Once arrived, the thick fog clears to offer up glimpses of rows of vines laden with ripe grapes ready to be picked.

Profile: elegant, a perfect balance between the Médoc wine and the Octomore. Creamy peat and black grapes coexist in perfect harmony. Smoke, spices and its maritime character clear the path for a very peaty and oily palate. Heady florals and citrus fruit make their way through the thick fog.

Single Cask n°4319 – Bordeaux Finish
Limited edition of 299 bottles
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Sourcing actor, importer and exclusive distributor of a portfolio of international brands, La Maison du Whisky is, since 60 years a reference for whisky and spirit lovers. Thanks to our close relationships with producers and independent bottlers, we have access to limited editions and unique products we bring to market exclusively. Curious and creative, we are driven by our passion for products and our desire to constantly bring our clients the latest expressions through our own shops, our website whisky.fr and selected wine retail shops in France.


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Tasting note

  • Appearance : burnished gold with glints of topaz.
  • Nose : simultaneously firm and elegant. The balance between the Médoc wine and the Octomore is remarkable. Is this a creamy peat steeped in black grapes, or the other way around? On aeration, the smoke gradually gains the upper hand, infused with ginger root, powerful spices (nutmeg) and leather. It gradually becomes increasingly marine (cod liver oil, smoked fish) and roasted (grist).
  • Palate : deep, dense. The ambiguity dissipates, with peat and smoke taking centre stage. As oily as they come, the peat here reveals itself to be deliciously marine and subtly fruity (orange, strawberry) while the smoke takes flight, coiling around the palate in wisps. Heady florals (vetiver, geranium) gradually unfurl, rubbing shoulders with notes of cut hay. Delicately woody and liquoricey, the back palate is an ode to a distillate forged in the hardest steel.
  • Overall : long, rather silky. The peaty, smoky traces left behind by the palate linger in the finish. A handful of citrus fruit (orange, grapefruit) and ripe fruit (plum, stewed apple) jostle to the fore through the thick fog. The retro-nasal olfaction offers us glimpses of heavy bunches of black grapes and notes of chocolate. The smoke evaporates from the empty glass, leaving the peat and wine to their own devices.
The brand

The brand

Octomore tire son nom d’une petite ferme jonchée sur la colline qui surplombe le village de Port Charlotte sur l’île d’Islay, non loin de la distillerie Bruichladdich. Cette ferme-distillerie ferme ses portes en 1852 après seulement quatre décennies d’activité. En 2002, le maître distillateur de Bruichladdich, Jim McEwan, souhaite créer le whisky le plus tourbé du monde avec Octomore, pour compléter la gamme composée de whiskies non tourbés Bruichalddich et des whiskies très tourbés de Port-Charlotte. Au-delà de sa concentration phénolique hors du commun, le whisky Octomore se caractérise par une démarche innovante dans l’assemblage et le vieillissement de ces spiritueux.

The distillery

Following its acquisition in 2000 by a group of investors, the Bruichladdich distillery underwent a meticulous renovation in 2001, which enabled the owners to keep almost all of the original 19th century equipment, including an open brewing tank and very elongated onion-shaped stills (the stills for the second distillation are six metres high). The resulting single malt is very mildly peaty, being characterised by its coastal origins, with a scent of sea air and salty flavours on the palate. Reserving all of its production for the single malt market, Bruichladdich is also the only distillery to age and bottle its whisky on the isle of Islay. It produces two heavily peated releases: Port Charlotte and Octomore.

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