Why Choose Scottish Wine?

It’s true that Scotland is famous for its whisky. Of course, it’s not well-known for its wines.

But, this does not mean that there are no wines in Scotland.

The most frequently raised question is, “Isn’t Scotland too cold for viticulture?” Although the region is too cold for the wine grapes to grow, we could see some wineries there.

Why Choose Scottish Gin?

Scotland’s love affair with gin started in Leith, Edinburgh.

It all began way back in the 1700s when the first bottles of fiery Dutch Jenever were traded into the Port of Leith.

Leith’s dockside location allowed for easy access to raw materials and exotic spices, as the Scots traded with the Dutch in exchange for wool and other supplies.

Why Choose Scottish Beef?

It is only sourced from selected Scottish farms that adopt best practice regarding animal welfare and production methods. When you see the PGI badge with Scotch Beef logo, you can be confident that all cattle were born, reared and processed in Scotland and hold whole life quality assurance.

Why Choose Scottish Cheese?

The climate and geography of Scotland are well suited to cheese-making. The short making season in Scotland meant that traditional cheeses usually required to be capable of being stored (matured) through the winter – hence the predominance of hard (matured) cheese in Scotland and Britain.