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Laird Of Fintry Lottery

Laird Of Fintry Lottery



A truly Canadian Single Malt Whisky that belongs on every Whisky lover’s shelf!

Every annual release of our original Laird of Fintry (Fortified Foch Finish) creates such demand that thousands of whisky fans enter for their chance to buy a bottle of this coveted single malt whisky.

Enter with your full name and email address to win the opportunity to purchase up to two 750ml bottles (or four 375ml mickeys!). Upon entering the Laird lottery, you will receive our Distillery Insider newsletter and will be the first to hear whisky news; including limited releases, exclusive events, and, of course, the opening of the annual lottery!

Annual lottery winners are notified only by email (remember to check your junk mail!). There are four draws – the first is on Tuesday, September 26th with the last being October 5th. Winners are entitled to purchase 2 x 750ml bottles of Laird of Fintry or 4 x 375ml bottles.

After five years of barrel-aging in American Oak, this Canadian Single Malt is double-wood finished in French Oak Fortified Foch barrels from Quail’s Gate Estate Winery. It is smooth, non-peated, and combines solid forest notes of toasted oak with more delicate tones of vanilla, plum, raisins, caramel, and spice.

World Spirits Awards 2020 – GOLD

Canadian Whisky Awards – DISTILLERY OF THE YEAR 2022

NOTE: As a bonus of staying connected, if you participated in our 2022 lottery or received our Distillery Insider, your name is automatically added to this year’s Laird of Fintry 2023 Lottery. May luck be on your side!

If you have friends or loved ones who might also want to try their luck in this year’s lottery be sure to tell them to act fast and sign up as time is ticking!



No entry fee required. Enter for your chance to purchase 2 x 750ml bottles or 4 x 375ml bottles of this year’s Laird of Fintry Original Fortified Foch Finish.

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