Bladnoch Distillery (Wigtown) Reviews
Description:Bladnoch Distillery / Bladnoch / Wigtown / Scotland / DG8 9AB / Tel: (01988) 402605. / Situated on the banks of the River Bladnoch, the Distillery and Visitors Centre has one of the best Gift Shops in the area with examples of local crafts, good quality ... more
Bladnoch Distillery (Wigtown) ... Scottish woollen goods and all at attractive prices. Single malt Scotch whisky distillery in south west Scotland. The distillery was founded by John and Thomas McClelland in 1817 and during the period 1823 - 1826 produced 28,956 gallons of whisky, an average of 7,239 gallons per annum, and in the year 1826 - 1827 this had risen to 9,792 gallons.
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