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Macallan in Lalique 57 Years Old, 1 750ml bottle (pc)

Auction:
3096T
Lot:
1793
Sold for:
$61,500$50,000

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Auction:
Fine Wines - 3096T
Location:
Boston
Date / Time :
April 17, 2018 12:00PM

Description:

Macallan in Lalique 57 Years Old
Speyside
official bottling, bottled 2009, specially designed Lalique decanter and accompanying stopper in presentation case and original outer packaging, decanter set #104/400, "The 57 years old Macallan has been vatted together from two casks; the first, a 1950 American oak sherry butt, the second, a vatting of Macallan from Spanish oak sherry butts originally filled in 1949, 1951 and 1952. The result is a softly sumptuous single malt, showing off the classic dried fruits, spice and hints of peat redolent of The Macallan house style of the early 1950s," tasting notes: "Colour: Cherry Wood Aroma: Heady and aromatic, with dried fruit, clack cherry, sandalwood and peat smoke Taste: Sweet, with dries fruits, light wood spices and soft peat Finish: Long and full, yet soft," 48.5%
1 750ml bottle (pc)
Estimate $30,000-40,000


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Keywords

Cherry Wood Aroma, Barrel, Economy of Scotland, Peat, Scotland, Scottish malt whisky, Sherry, Single malt whisky, Soil, The Macallan distillery

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