An auctioneer's guide to Dalwhinnie

When Dalwhinnie was built in 1897 the distillery was called Strathspey. The owners changed the name to Dalwhinnie, which means 'Plain of Meetings' in Gaelic, when production started in 1898. The name is a reference to its location at a junction of old drove roads, between two mountain ranges. A fire in 1934 caused a four year closure.

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