OUR AMERICAN WHISKEY
The first American whiskies were most likely made by the country’s early farmers, who drew upon Old World expertise. Good water and good grains led to the birth of an industry and, in 2010, Woodinville Whiskey Co. in Woodinville, Washington, was formed.
A local story
Woodinville sources superior corn, rye and barley from local, family-owned farms. They come together in the mash to be fermented, then distilled, barrel-aged and transformed into American rye and bourbon whiskies.
From grain to barrel to bottle
Barrels are a crucial part of the story at Woodinville. Seasoned in the open air for two years – longer than most – to soften the tannins in the wood, the barrels are toasted and charred to create a rich and complex whiskey.