Westward Whiskey Pinor Noir Cask

Westward Whiskey launches its latest addition to its single malt collection, Pinot Noir Cask. A celebration of Oregon's Pinot Noir grape varietal, the new blend was developed in partnership with a number of wine producers in the Willamette Valley. The 90 proof blend is based on their original American Single Malt and is created from a two-row barley from the Pacific Northwest and is then brewed with American pale ale yeast. The whiskey is then double pot distilled, matured in 2-char, kiln-dried American Oak barrels, and is then finished for up to two years in French Oak casks previously used for Pinot Noir.

$89, westwardwhiskey.com

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