whisky lover gift finder

Do you need help finding the perfect gift for the whisky lover in your life? Or maybe you are stuck for what to get your friends and family, loved ones or the boss? This Christmas, we have selected a dazzling array of gifts tailored specifically for that special person.

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rare & collectible malts

Vine & Table specializes in Single Malt Scotch, both the common and the not-so-common. With over 300 malts in stock, Vine & Table is Indiana’s leading Single Malt Scotch specialist and today we are going to highlight for you some of our most current prized possessions. Procuring a collectible whisky can take considerable time, effort […]

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the lost distilleries of scotland

In the 1800’s there were over two hundred distilleries in Scotland, but by 1945 the poor economic and political circumstances of the previous three decades had taken their toll, and around seventy of these distilleries had closed. In the 1980’s, when recession took hold a further dramatic drop in sales led to a whisky surplus […]

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the irishman’s inside scoop…

I know that you haven’t heard from me for awhile, but lo and behold I am back behind my computer today! It’s been manic around here, what with hosting Vine & Tables 4th Annual Indy’s Whisky & Fine Spirits Expo on Oct 12th. It was one hell of a night! And if you joined us […]

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scotland, day 3

Finally I am getting around to posting the last blog from my Scotland trip. Thanks for bearing with me but it has been a hectic few weeks here at the store as we roll into our busiest season of the year, build a new single malt Scotch emporium and prepare for our biggest event and […]

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september’s malt of the month

The Highland Park distillery is a leader when it comes to producing top class, full flavored malt whisky and has been doing so since 1798. They don’t do things by half either. The best barley is malted over burning peat from the distillery-owned Hobbister Moor; merged with waters from an exclusive source, the Cattie Maggie […]

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scotland day 2 part 2

So after reluctantly leaving Ardbeg we made the short jaunt over to Laphroaig. It was fitting that we should be visiting this legendary distillery as my love for all things whisky started with a Laphroaig. It all began when an Englishman, an Irishman and two Scotches met in a bar in Edinburgh…

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