Rogue Dead Guy Wine Cask Whisky

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Introducing Rogue Dead Guy Wine Cask Whisky – an extraordinary expression that seamlessly marries the robust character of Rogue's Dead Guy Whiskey with the nuanced influence of carefully selected wine casks. Crafted with precision and passion, this whisky offers a distinctive tasting experience that pushes boundaries and delights the senses.

Our master distillers have taken the award-winning Dead Guy Whiskey and aged it to perfection in specially chosen wine casks, infusing the spirit with a symphony of flavors. The result is a rich and complex whisky that boasts notes of vanilla, caramel, and oak, complemented by the subtle undertones of red wine that add layers of depth to every sip.

The appearance is a testament to its craftsmanship, displaying a deep amber hue that entices the eye. The nose captivates with a delicate balance of sweet and woody aromas, paving the way for the immersive tasting journey that follows.

On the palate, Rogue Dead Guy Wine Cask Whisky unfolds with a harmonious blend of sweet fruitiness from the wine cask and the signature boldness of Dead Guy Whiskey. The velvety texture and well-rounded flavor profile make this whisky ideal for sipping neat or as the foundation for a unique cocktail experience.

Presented in a distinctive bottle that reflects the spirit's exceptional nature, Rogue Dead Guy Wine Cask Whisky stands as a testament to Rogue's commitment to innovation and quality. Elevate your whisky collection with this limited edition release, where tradition meets creativity, and Dead Guy Whiskey takes on a new dimension.

Unlock the door to a world of unparalleled taste – Rogue Dead Guy Wine Cask Whisky is not just a whisky; it's an experience crafted for those who appreciate the artistry behind every sip. Embrace the extraordinary and redefine your whisky journey today.



Tasting Notes

Rogue Dead Guy Wine Cask Whisky captivates the eye with a deep amber hue, hinting at its time spent maturing in carefully selected wine casks. The liquid gracefully coats the glass, offering a visual prelude to the complexity within.

The aroma is a delightful interplay of vanilla and caramel, inviting you into a realm where the influence of wine casks becomes apparent. Rich notes of oak mingle with a subtle hint of red fruit, creating a harmonious bouquet that is both comforting and intriguing.

The first sip unravels a tapestry of flavors, seamlessly blending the robust character of Dead Guy Whiskey with the refined influence of wine casks. Velvety smooth, the whisky caresses the palate with layers of vanilla, toffee, and a touch of honey, while the wine cask infusion imparts a gentle fruity sweetness. The marriage of these elements creates a complex and well-rounded profile, making each sip a journey of discovery.

Rogue Dead Guy Wine Cask Whisky leaves a lasting impression with a warm, lingering finish. The interplay of oak and wine cask influence persists, accompanied by a subtle spice that adds depth to the overall experience. The aftertaste is a testament to the craftsmanship behind this unique expression, urging you to savor the moment.

Distillery Information

Rogue Ales is a brewery founded in 1988 in Ashland, Oregon. The company brews their own beer, distills their own spirits, and coopers their own barrels. Rogue has pub locations in Oregon.
Production. Diageo is the largest producer of Scotch, accounting for 40% of all the whisky made in Scotland. They own 27 malt distilleries and two that produce grain whisky. This gives master blender Jim Beveridge and his team at Johnnie Walker a lot of stock to work with.
An ale inspired by the style of a German Maibock, brewed using our proprietary Pacman yeast, Dead Guy Ale is deep honey in color with a malty aroma, rich hearty flavor and a well balanced finish.
Weihenstephan Abbey (Kloster Weihenstephan) was a Benedictine monastery in Weihenstephan, now part of the district of Freising, in Bavaria, Germany. Brauerei Weihenstephan, located at the monastery site since at least 1040, is said to be the world's oldest continuously operating brewery.