Now officially closed, Port Dundas casks rarity continues to grow. With independent bottling companies selling their 19-year range for over £450 per bottle, and recently being featured as part of Johnnie Walker’s ‘Ghost & Rare’ labels, it’s no wonder these are becoming some of our most sought-after offering.
Located in Glasgow, Scotland, which operated for over 200 years before it was closed in 2010. The distillery was known for its production of grain whisky, which was used primarily for blending with malt whisky to create popular Scotch blends. In 1811, the largest distillery in Scotland, Port Dundas, was constructed at the highest point in the city of Glasgow. Its size and production capabilities earned it the reputation of being a blending powerhouse and it was regarded as one of the most significant distilleries in Scotland's whisky industry. In fact, it was one of the founding members of the grain distillers' conglomerate DCL, further solidifying its place in the industry's history.