Nonesuch ND51 Cask Strength ex-Pinot Noir Triple Grain Tasmanian Whisky – Historic

Nonesuch ND51 Cask Strength ex-Pinot Noir Triple Grain Tasmanian Whisky – Historic

$310 AUD

68%  500ml

Bottled in August 2021 at a little over two years old for immediate release, only 28 bottles were produced at 68% ABV from a single 20 litre cask coopered in Tasmania that once held Pinot Noir wine.  Aging in this type of wood produced a very rich whisky deep in complexity.

Double distilled from Nonesuch’s unique mash bill comprising corn, rye and barley that was developed by Distiller Chris Burdon.  A unique style among Tasmanian distilleries and influenced by US mash bills, this whisky showcases exceptional and memorable characteristics derived from this iconic combination of grains.

Each bottle is individually numbered. 


This product is located in Australia. 


Nonesuch Distillery

About 35 minutes east of Hobart is the small town of Sorell overlooking Tiger Head Bay. One of the farms near Sorell is home to Nonesuch Distillery. Rex Burdon and his small shed are just up the hill from the main road and producing several different styles of spirits. There have been a few small batches of whisky produced at Nonesuch but Rex has made his reputation through making sloe gin and sloe malt. His enthusiasm for this hands-on process is contagious and the goats and chickens that roam around the distillery add to its rural charm. The term “Nonesuch” comes from a family farm that Rex’s ancestors used to own. They were extremely proud of their land and the work they were doing on it that to them, it was better than any other farm, hence “Nonesuch”.  A boisterous statement but also a motivator for Rex and his team to continue experimenting and finding their perfect house style of whisky.