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In the 1800s Woodford County Distillery, thanks to Oscar Pepper (owner) and James C. Crow (master distiller) was the site for revolutionary discoveries and innovative techniques in bourbon-making. Pepper and Crow conducted countless number of experiments, they developed sour mash method, yeast propagation and maturation of whiskey in new, charred oak barrels. Today Woodford Reserve Distillery pays tribute to the bourbon pioneers with Master’s Collection. The forerunner of the range released in 2005 was Four Grain Bourbon, distilled from mash of corn, rye, wheat and mated barley. November 2014 brought Sonoma Cutrer Finish, a Woodford Reserve bourbon finished for 10 months in French oak Pinot Noir barrels. A total of 36,334 bottles were produced.
Nose: freshly baked cherry pie, vanilla custard, marzipan, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, orange peel, dash of pepper and touch of tobacco.
Palate: lots of red fruit, cherries, strawberries, red currants, vanilla, caramel, milk chocolate, cinnamon, dash of pepper and oak.
Finish: long, combination of red fruit, vanilla, cinnamon and oak.