DG Takes Home 2 Double Gold Medals from SFWSC 🏅🏅
We are so excited to announce that three of our spirits have been awarded medals from the 2021 San Francisco World Spirits Competition! The 2021 Competition had over 3,500 entries. This influential spirits competition was founded in 2000 as a way to recognize exceptional products in the spirits industry. The 30+ judges of the 2021 Competition are established spirits industry experts.
Straight Bourbon Whiskey Single Barrel – Double Gold
The Double Gold designation is awarded to the very few entries that receive Gold medal ratings by all members of the judging panel. These are among the finest products in the world. Our Straight Bourbon Whiskey Single Barrel describes as follows: As they age, each oak barrel imparts its own distinct characteristics to our bourbon. We’ve selected a unique, exceptional barrel to present as a single bottling with subtle notes of clove and cinnamon.
Straight Rye Whiskey Single Barrel – Double Gold
The Double Gold designation is awarded to the very few entries that receive Gold medal ratings by all members of the judging panel. These are among the finest products in the world. Our Straight Rye Whiskey Single Barrel describes as follows: Exceptional individual barrels of rye are found in all corners of our Wisconsin rack house and pulled aside for our single barrel project. Look for notes of dark chocolate, fruit, and licorice that join our rye’s characteristic spice in this bottle.
Exclusive Port-Finished Bourbon – Silver
Products awarded a Silver medal are outstanding in their category. They show refinement, finesse, and complexity. They are among the best examples of their particular category. Our Exclusive Port-Finished Bourbon describes as follows: This small batch features our flagship spirit, which has first been aged in new oak barrels for 4+ years, and then finished in fresh Port barrels. Rich, fruity port complements the bourbon’s spice and makes for the perfect sipper.
For more information about our 3 medals or the competition, visit the San Francisco World Spirits Competition website.