Glenfarclas Whisky Auction Analysis & Price Trends
The story of the Glenfarclas Grants, started in 1805, when John Grant, the present Chairman’s great-great grandfather, was born on the farm of Lynbeg, at Glenlivet, in the heart of Speyside.
The distillery sits in the moors of Banffshire, just a mile from the River Spey. Glenfarclas has always been, and it seems will remain to be, one of Scotland's only family run distilleries.
Now 200 years since the birth of John Grant, his descendants continue to act as custodians of the Glenfarclas Distillery, and remain committed to the principle of producing superior quality Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky. Whilst you may not find Glenfarclas in every supermarket, the Distillery’s reputation is well regarded around the world.
Among all the interesting releases, several ones, highly rated according to WhiskyBase, can be highlighted:
- Glenfarclas 1960 The Family Casks (95 + WB score, DB)
- Glenfarclas 1958 The Family Casks (95 + WB score, DB)
- Glenfarclas 1961 The Family Casks (94+ WB score, DB)
- Glenfarclas 2003 Oloroso Sherry Cask (94+ WB score, DB, CS)
- Glenfarclas 1959 Historic Reserve No. 1 (93+ WB score, DB)
- Glenfarclas 1956 Sherry Casks (93+ WB score, DB)
- Glenfarclas 21 Year Old (93+ WB score, DB, Bottled for Edward Giaccone)
- Glenfarclas 40 year old (91 + WB score, DB)
- and more
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More than 35029 finished and 215 live Glenfarclas whisky lots in our database. If you are interested in one of the following questions, you have come to the right place:
- Where to buy an collectible or rare Glenfarclas bottle highly rated on Whiskybase at a fair price to add to your collection?
- How and where is the best way to sell whisky at online auction?
- What is the real market price of old or rare Glenfarclas whisky bottle?
Top 10 Expensive Glenfarclas Whiskies Sold at Auctions
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Top 20 Expensive Glenfarclas Whiskies From Online Retailers
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