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Wimbledon Cask Ref. 310/5


Single Cask Release

No. of bottles 298



This single cask release additionally matured in a VINO DE NARANJA CASK celebrates Wimbledon station.


Wimbledon station was first opened in May 1838, but it wasn’t until June 1889 that the District Railway opened at Wimbledon as part of an extension from Putney Bridge. That station was entirely rebuilt on its current site for the opening of this service. Since its opening, the station has been synonymous with the Wimbledon Tennis Championship – the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world.


Nose: Sweet charred oak and delicate vanilla join notes of fresh orange. Hazelnut and chocolate support alongside candyfloss sweetness


Palate: Tangerines, quinces and blood orange marmalade sit alongside split vanilla pods and layers of milk chocolate and gooey caramel


Finish: Honey and caramel fade into chocolate orange


Lines: District

Wimbledon Cask Ref. 310/5

SKU: Wimbledon Cask Ref. 310/5
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