One of Scotland’s oldest and most iconic producers, William Grant & Sons is home to some of the world’s most renowned single malt whiskies, including Glenfiddich and The Balvenie. Distilled and matured under the auspices of legendary Master Distiller David Stewart, and the result of a whisky making process that stays true to tradition, both Glenfiddich and The Balvenie are located in Speyside, on the same plot. The most awarded whisky in the world, Glenfiddich was established in 1886 and owes its delicately complex style to its small direct-fired stills, to an early cut point, and to the fact that it marries its matured whiskies, sometimes using solera vats. Established in 1892, initially as a top filler for William Grant’s Standfast blend, The Balvenie went single malt in 1973, is one of the few distilleries to have its own malting floors, and owes its deep and equally complex character to its small fat stills and to a seriously adventurous wood policy, one that saw them pioneer the practice of finishing whiskies.