In widely different environments, these three distilleries cultivate excellence by sharing the same values: faith in the virtues of terroir, people and time.
Islay is renowned for its particular style of single malts, but Bruichladdich is one of the few who distil using barley grown on the island, thus rekindling the concept of terroir and its central role in shaping the character of their eaux-de-vie.
As flavour explorers, the founders decided to distinguish between three single malt families within the distillery: Bruichladdich, Port Charlotte and Octomore. The distillery also makes the well-known gin The Botanist.
Located in Seattle on the northwest coast of the United States, the Westland distillery makes its single malt whiskies in a distinctively American style. Westland’s commitment to sustainability is inherent in the spirit of its founders, who honour land, heritage and patience. At once avant-garde and traditional, their approach has been crowned with success and lauded by multiple awards, especially the iconic Garryana.
Domaine des Hautes Glaces is a mountain distillery located in Trièves, in the heart of the French Alps. The distillery creates and offers a range of spirits made from ingredients sourced only from this terroir, in line with organic and rural production methods. It is a utopia rooted in reality, driven with unwavering passion.