BENROMACH SCOOPS ‘BEST IN SHOW’ AT PRESTIGIOUS GLOBAL AWARDS
Benromach 40 Year Old Single Malt has been named ‘Best in Show’ at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition (SFWSC) – the highest honour at the annual awards. The Best in Show award is reserved for the outstanding winner in each of the five ‘Best in Class’ categories which include Unaged White Spirit, Aged White Spirit, Whisky / Whiskey, Brandy and Liqueur.
Gordon & MacPhail Company Statement:
“Gordon & MacPhail would like to share its condolences, following the news of Her Royal Highness, Queen Elizabeth II's passing. We thank Her Majesty for her 70-year service, during which she impacted the lives of so many around the world. We wish to offer our condolences to the Royal Family.”
Gordon & MacPhail toasts Young Person’s Guarantee Employer status
Family-owned premium spirits company, Gordon & MacPhail, has been named a Young Person’s Guarantee Employer after an assessment period which looked in detail at the support the company offers to young people and the career opportunities it provides those aged 16 – 24 years old.
Gordon & MacPhail donates £80,000 to Scottish charity, Trees for Life
Family-owned premium spirits company, Gordon & MacPhail, is donating £80,000 to Trees for Life, a charity with a mission to restore the Caledonian Forest, following the sale of Decanter #1 of the world’s oldest single malt Scotch whisky at auction.
Company Statement – September 2020
Neil Urquhart, Chair at Gordon & MacPhail said: “In light of recent events, and in line with our company values, we believe categorically that sexism and sexist comments have no place in society. As a member of the Scotch Whisky Association we stand shoulder to shoulder with the industry in celebrating and promoting the inclusive nature of Scotch whisky. We value the independence and impartiality of journalistic comment, but we will not engage with any individual or business that does not respect inclusivity and diversity.”
Construction starts on new distillery
Gordon & MacPhail, the family-owned company behind a new whisky distillery in the Cairngorms National Park, has given its contractor the green light to start work, now the construction sector has been given permission to open. This follows the easing of conditions imposed in response to the coronavirus pandemic.