Lots by The Dalmore at Sotheby's
246LotTHE DALMORE 50 YEAR OLD (2017 RELEASE) 40.0 ABV NVThe Dalmorethe dalmore 50 year old (2017 release) 40.0 abv nv24 October 2019 | Sale Price 66,550 GBPEstimate 30,000 – 50,000 GBP24 October 2019 | Sale Price 66,550 GBPThe Ultimate Whisky Collection24 October 2019 | 10:00 AM BST | London
245LotTHE DALMORE 50 YEAR OLD CRYSTAL DECANTER 52.0 ABV NVThe Dalmorethe dalmore 50 year old crystal decanter 52.0 abv nv24 October 2019 | Sale Price 50,820 GBPEstimate 20,000 – 30,000 GBP24 October 2019 | Sale Price 50,820 GBPThe Ultimate Whisky Collection24 October 2019 | 10:00 AM BST | London
285LotFIRST FILL OLOROSO SHERRY CASK OF DALMORE 2009The Dalmorefirst fill oloroso sherry cask of dalmore 200924 October 2019 | Sale Price 26,620 GBPEstimate 18,000 – 24,000 GBP24 October 2019 | Sale Price 26,620 GBPThe Ultimate Whisky Collection24 October 2019 | 10:00 AM BST | London
About The Dalmore
Heading up Whyte & Mackay’s portfolio, Dalmore is one of the world’s most renowned whiskies. With the 12 pointed Stag of Clan Mackenzie defining the brand, Dalmore has seen itself become a favourite with collectors. Bottles such as the 62 year old, Dalmore Quintessence and the Constellation Series have all found favour with critics and collectors alike. Founded in 1839 by Alexander Matheson and sitting just North of Inverness across the Firths of Moray and Cromarty, Dalmore boasts a beautiful view over the water. The distillery was family owned until the 1960s when it was procured by Whyte & Mackay. Since joining the portfolio, Dalmore’s focus has well and truly shifted from providing blending stock to becoming their flagship single malt distillery, producing 4.2 million litres per annum on just 4 stills. Famed for its sherry and wine cask finishes, Dalmore’s distillate holds wood maturation incredibly well, and its ability to age for long periods is what has made it so desirable for collectors the world over. The Dalmore L’Anima 49 year old, sold in early 2019, was testament to the distillery’s reputation and collectability, with a single bottle fetching £108,900 at Sotheby’s auction.