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4th June, 2021 by Melita Kiely
A group of 60 uncommon Scotch whiskies from impartial bottlers Silvano Samaroli and Corti Brothers will go beneath the hammer through Whisky Auctioneer this month.
Going down from 17 to 21 June, the net public sale will function whiskies from collector Emmanuel Dron’s private stash.
Samaroli was an Italian importer and bottler, whose whiskies are extremely coveted in the present day.
Among the many Samaroli whiskies put ahead for public sale, a few of which have been signed by Samaroli himself, might be: a 1967 Strathisla, 1967 and 1970 Laphroaig bottlings, a 1951 Glen Cawdor (Springbank), and the 1966 Bowmore Bouquet.
The Corti Brothers of Sacramento imported Scotch to the US for bottling through the Nineteen Eighties.
The Corti Brothers bottlings that might be up for public sale embody: a ‘very uncommon’ 1965 Clynelish and bottlings from Balmenach and Imperial, distilled within the Sixties.
Joe Wilson, head of public sale content material at Whisky Auctioneer, stated: “This assortment is a powerful instance of among the most interesting and most collectible impartial bottlings in existence.
“What’s particular about Emmanuel Dron’s assortment is that these bottles have unparalleled provenance. Whiskies with such an impeccable supply are exhausting to return by.
“This public sale will current a chance for collectors worldwide to personal a bit of whisky historical past – from distinctive spirit distilled within the Sixties to among the most interesting bottles ever produced from distilleries together with The Macallan, Bowmore, and Laphroaig.”