CONTACT: Angela H. Traver
Public Relation Manager
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Buffalo Trace Distillery releases the 2003 Antique Collection
FRANKLIN COUNTY - Buffalo Trace Distillery is proud to announce the Antique Collection of whiskeys will be returning for the fourth year. The collection is scheduled to hit stores in October and consists of:
· George T. Stagg, 15 year
· Eagle Rare, 17 year
· Sazerac Rye, 18 year
The popularity of the collection continues to grow as consumers discover the diversity of high-quality aged whiskies that only Buffalo Trace has to offer. The Sazerac Rye and George T. Stagg were chosen "Whiskey of the Year" in 2001 and 2002 by Malt Advocate Magazine. "We are very proud of this award winning collection and pleased to make them available again this year. My biggest regret is that we will sell out in a matter of weeks and I have to explain to those unable to acquire some bottles that they will have to wait until next year for more," said Kris Comstock, Bourbon Brand Manager at Buffalo Trace Distillery.
For more information on the Antique Collection you can visit www.greatbourbon.com or contact Kris Comstock at firstname.lastname@example.org or (502) 696-5957.
About Buffalo Trace
Buffalo Trace Distillery is a family-owned operation based in Franklin County, Kentucky. The distillery's rich distilling tradition dates back to 1787 and has included such legends as E. H. Taylor, Jr., Albert B. Blanton, Orville Schupp, Elmer T. Lee, and Gary Gayheart. Buffalo Trace is a fully operational distillery producing bourbon and vodka on site, and was recently named to the National Historic Register. The distillery is also part of the Sazerac family of companies, which has operations in New Orleans, Louisiana; Franklin County, Kentucky; and Loomis, California. For more information, please visit www.buffalotrace.com.
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