The second of Macallan's Masters of Photography series avoids the controversies of the first, with a special 20yo sherried whisky and a book of photos by Albert Watson on the journey of the sherry cask.
The presentation box contains 10 of these photos reproduced as special prints.
On the 1st of December 2010, the limited edition of 1000 bottles of The Macallan Sherry Oak 20 years old became available for purchase throughout the world.
Each had a specially commissioned label by Watson and a unique set of 10 portfolio prints.
Watson takes you on a visual journey of Macallan's exceptional wood, beginning in the forests of Northern Spain, via Jerez in Southern Spain where it is crafted into casks and seasoned with Spanish sherry, and ending at The Macallan's Spiritual Home in Speyside to receive the New Make Spirit to mature into The Macallan.
Born in Scotland, Albert Watson is one of the world's most successful photographers of the past four decades.
His striking images have appeared on over 240 covers of Vogue and Rolling Stone - some of the most iconic portraits of a generation including Alfred Hitchcock, Mick Jagger and Kate Moss. As well as directing over 300 TV commercials, Albert is also the creative genius behind some of the most well recognised movie posters of our time, namely Memoirs of a Geisha and Kill Bill.
In recognition of his work, Albert was named one of the 20 most influential photographers of all time by industry bible, Photo District News. In 2010 he was awarded the ultimate accolade - the Centenary Medal from the Royal Photographic Society.
43%ABV / 70cl.
Bottle number: 727
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