Rozelieures Origine Collection
G. Rozelieures // France
The tiny village of Rozelieures in Lorraine, France is home to the Distillerie Grallet-Dupic, named after Hubert Grallet, the head distiller, and Christophe Dupic, his son-in-law and the distillery's farmer of grain. The family has been producing eau-de-vie since 1860, but in the 2000s, decided to start distilling whisky. Rozelieures Origine Collection is Lorraine's first whisky. Double-distilled from the famous French sébastian, etincel, and esterel barley varieties, this single malt has spent time maturing in sherry oak casks. Note: This is sometimes referred to as Rozelieures Blue Origine named for the blue foil on the top of the bottle.
Single MaltDistilled in pot stills from 100% malted barley, produced at one distillery, aged in barrels; if Scotch or Irish, must be aged for at least three years.
Cask TypeSherry Oak
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