Whisky, wrongly defined as wisky by its ancient name, is one of the noblest and oldest distillates in the world.
With a minimum aging in wooden casks of at least 3 years, whisky is a distillate of cereals of disputed origin between Scotland, Ireland and, today, many other countries in the world including India although, the most famous and valuable name remains Scotch Whisky.
The basic ingredients are spring water and cereals including: malted barley (in the ancient and original recipe of the Single Malt Scotch Whisky), but also wheat, rye and corn in the Blended Whisky, Bourbon Whisky and Tennessee Whisky versions.
Like wine, also whiskey based on aging, producer and production techniques takes on an unexpected value and is considered fine whiskey and collectible whiskey.
The price of fine whiskies depends on several factors including, above all, the aging time and the conditions of maintenance over time of the bottle, moreover, even whiskies generally considered commercial can have surprises: it is not uncommon, in fact, to find Ballantine's Fine Whisky, Fine Bucana Whisky or Oban Fine Whysky which, already in itself, rises to a significantly higher commercial level compared to the best known whiskies.
Grandi Bottiglie, in addition to offering a wide range of fine whiskies and whiskies, deals with the evaluation of whisky bottles and evaluation of fine Scotch whisky with consequent withdrawal in case of optimal conditions of maintenance.