I tasted several Wiebers's bottlings - they were great, some even fantastic. Always good quality and often very rare stuff.
There are several ranges :
- Old Train Label (OTL)
- Jack & Jack
- Auld Distillers
Mainly the bottlings are strongly limited, sometimes even 100 bottles or less. Therefore they are very difficult to get when they come on the market (even for me, and I'm from germany, as well as Jack) and the price explodes with nearly every bottling. They are mainly done for collector's I think.
He had some special bottlings :
- Black Bruichladdich 1969 OTL (nearly as black as the Black Bowmore)
- Alloa Grains OTL 40y. old (very impressing taste)
- Port Ellen OTL 1982 20 y.
I have a complete list of all OTL's realeased if you are interested.
The market price of the Port Ellen OTL 1982 20 y. (limited at about 100 bottles) was 135,- EUR. In the collector's area this bottle is now paid (after 2 years) at about 500,- EUR. Crazy, isn't it?
He has released a new PE OTL 22y. now. Of course it was sold out the first day.
Must be nearly impossible to get one of his bottles in New Zealand isn't it?
I can really recommend the following :
- PE OTL 1982
- Glenlochy OTL 39y. (quite new)
- Glen Grant 1970
- Lochside 1966.
Enjoy your dram,