An auctioneer's guide to Ladyburn, the short-lived single malt operation inside William Grant's Girvan grain distillery.

Ladyburn was built within William Grant & Son's Girvan grain distillery in 1966. The four pot stills were used to supply malt whisky for Grant's blends so that Glenfiddich stock could be freed up for bottling as single malt. However, demand for Girvan's grain whisky grew and Ladyburn was dismantled in 1975. Ladyburn's stills were operational for just nine years and only a handful of official bottlings were released during it short lifespan, including a 1973 vintage, as well as some from independent bottlers such as Cadenhead's, Blackadder and Signatory Vintage.

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