Spirits of French Lick wins in Denver Competition

FRENCH LICK – Denver International Spirits Competition awarded Spirits of French Lick with Silver Medals for their Lee Sinclair 4 Grain Bourbon Bottled in Bond, The Morning Glory Kasha Bourbon Bottled in Bond, and William Dalton Wheated Bourbon-Bottled in Bond. As for The Old Clifry Hoosier Apple Brandy, it received Double Gold Scoring.

The Denver International Spirits Competition is one of the largest and most respected spirits competitions in the Rocky Mountain region. All spirits are tasted double-blind by a prestigious panel of beverage professionals, sommeliers, and trade members to achieve the fairest scoring results possible.

The Spirits judging is on a 100-point scale and by price categories, yielding the fairest ratings. Judges cast their votes for the best spirit entries in more than 120 different types, including the soon-to-be TBB standard for American Single Malt Whiskey.

Spirits are separated into different price points for more popular categories to maintain an even playing field. The Denver International Spirits Competition (DISC) is organized by Wine Country Network, Inc, the publishers of Wine Country International magazine, and the organizers of these world-famous beverage competitions.

Spirits of French Lick products are currently distributed throughout Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee, North Carolina, Alabama, and Mississippi. Ecommerce distribution can be found through Seelbachs.com and Spirithub.com.

Spirits of French Lick is an offshoot of the French Lick Winery with the parent company, French Lick Wine & Spirits, owned by the Doty Family. 

For more information, visit www.spiritsoffrenchlick.com