Sotheby’s March whiskey sale in New York is led by The Camouflage Collection Part I, comprising some of the finest and rarest bourbon and rye whiskies ever bottled and carefully assembled by a dedicated and passionate collector over many years. The collection includes numerous bottles of high-end Pappy Van Winkle, Willett Family Estate, Michter’s, Eagle Rare and many more.
The full collection consists of around 1500 bottles, including full original cases, first editions and some of the rarest and hardest-to-find whiskeys ever bottled, a collection only made possible by the commitment and knowledge of a connoisseur who dedicated much of his life seeking out each bottle. Collections of this variety and scope rarely come to market and provide an opportunity for collectors and enthusiasts alike to acquire the most sought-after bottles, and all from a single source.
This sale is led by The Camouflage Collection Part I, with highlights from Pappy Van Winkle, Willett Family Estate, Michter’s, Eagle Rare and the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection. Supporting these are the finest and rarest Scotch and Japanese whiskies, including The Macallan Fine & Rare 32-Year-Old 1969, The Macallan 40-Year-Old The Red Collection and The Yamazaki 18-Year-Old Mizunara Cask.