Scotch whisky distilleries began to notice the existence of sherry casks and were fortunate enough to use sherry casks for cask ageing, first and foremost thanks to the UK's leading position in sherry consumption and as a sherry trade node.
According to records, before the job email list outbreak of the Anglo-Spanish War (1796–1808), up to 90% of Spain's sherry exports were destined for the United Kingdom, and the consumption of sherry continued to grow in the 19th century. It has become one of the most important imported wines in the UK.
In such a consumption process, the bottling of these sherry wines exported to the UK was generally completed in the UK until the 1980s. The winery will use the barrels as the vehicle to transport the sherry from Spain to the UK. Please note here that the slightly retouched young oak barrels are used as the containers, not the Solera barrels directly.