In response to resounding demand from enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike, Woodinville Whiskey Co. is delighted to announce the nationwide debut of their 2017 Harvest Release Straight Bourbon Whiskey, expertly enhanced with the infusion of toasted applewood staves.
This extraordinary reintroduction of their artisanal whiskey, which achieved instantaneous sell-out status at their local tasting room upon its initial launch and continues to be in high demand to this day, is now accessible at retailers not only in Washington but across the entire United States.
Crafted from fully matured 5-year-old straight bourbon whiskey, this fan-favorite delightfully marries the essence of apple and berry with the unmistakable bourbon hallmark notes of caramel, dark chocolate, and vanilla bean. The secret to this exquisite flavor profile lies in the finishing process, where toasted applewood staves are expertly applied to impart those unique and captivating taste dimensions.
Brett Carlile, one of Woodinville Whiskey's co-owners, shared his excitement about this reissue, stating, "Every fall, we do a Harvest Release, and back in 2017, our release was our flagship Bourbon finished with Applewood Staves. Of all our releases, this has been one of our most popular. So, this year, we’re bringing it back nationally."
The nationwide return of Woodinville Whiskey Co.'s 2017 Harvest Release Straight Bourbon Whiskey promises to captivate the palates of whiskey aficionados with its meticulously crafted blend of flavors and the evocative influence of toasted applewood staves. This is an opportunity for discerning drinkers across the United States to savor the artistry of this esteemed distillery.
About The Original 2017 Release
The original release of Woodinville Whiskey Co.'s 2017 Harvest Release Straight Bourbon Whiskey was a resounding success. It was an instant hit and quickly gained popularity among whiskey enthusiasts and connoisseurs. The whiskey achieved a sell-out status at the distillery's local tasting room shortly after its initial launch. This immediate sell-out demonstrated the high demand and strong appeal of the product.
The 2017 Harvest Release Straight Bourbon Whiskey garnered attention for its unique flavor profile, which was achieved through the finishing process involving toasted applewood staves. This infusion of applewood added distinct notes of apple and berry to the bourbon's traditional flavors, including caramel, dark chocolate, and vanilla bean. The combination of these flavors resonated with consumers and contributed to the whiskey's popularity.
About Woodinville Whiskey Co.
Woodinville Whiskey Co. is a renowned craft distillery located in Woodinville, Washington, USA. Founded in 2010 by Orlin Sorensen and Brett Carlile, this distillery has gained a reputation for producing high-quality bourbon and whiskey. What sets Woodinville Whiskey Co. apart is its commitment to using locally sourced ingredients and traditional distillation methods to create its spirits.
One of Woodinville Whiskey Co.'s standout products is its bourbon. They take pride in their grain-to-glass approach, meaning they oversee every aspect of the production process, from growing their own grains to distillation and aging. This dedication to craftsmanship results in a bourbon that's rich in flavor and character, with a distinctive Pacific Northwest influence.
The distillery's picturesque location in Woodinville, nestled among the lush landscapes of Washington wine country, adds to the charm of the Woodinville Whiskey Co. experience. Visitors can take tours of the distillery, gaining insight into the art of whiskey-making while enjoying scenic views of the surrounding countryside.
Over the years, Woodinville Whiskey Co. has received numerous accolades and awards for its bourbons and other spirits. These awards reflect not only the dedication of the team but also the exceptional quality of their products. With a commitment to excellence, a focus on sustainability, and a passion for crafting exceptional whiskey, Woodinville Whiskey Co. has established itself as a prominent player in the American craft distilling scene.