Gibson's Finest Canadian Whisky wins gold at International Wine and Spirits Competition IWSC

Gibson’s Finest 12 Year Old Wins Gold

August 11, 2011

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Toronto, ON, August 4 – International tastemakers agree: Gibson’s Finest is Canada’s best whisky.

The 2011 International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) honoured Gibson’s Finest with three coveted awards. The Gibson’s Finest 12 Year Old earned the highest rating of all Canadian Whiskies taking home a Gold Award.

Kudos were given to the entire range of Gibson’s Finest with the Rare 18 Year Old earning Best in Class Silver Award and the Sterling receiving a Silver Award in this highly recognized competition.

“Receiving a Gold Award for our Gibson’s Finest 12 Year Old truly emphasizes our exceptional quality,” said Carolyn McFarlane, International Marketing Manager for Gibson’s Finest. “Our commitment to patiently age our whisky creates a distinct flavour that gives Gibson’s Finest truly remarkable character and taste.”

The International Wine and Spirit Competition was founded in 1969 and is one of the premier competitions of its kind in the world. Its aim is to promote the quality and excellence of the world’s best wines, spirits and liqueurs.

Since 2008 Gibson’s Finest has received eight IWSC Awards, including three Silver, Best in Class Awards and a Gold Award.

About Gibson’s Finest
Gibson’s Finest Canadian Whisky is among the leading Canadian whiskies. The range consists of Gibson’s Finest Sterling, a blend of award-winning premium whiskies; Gibson’s Finest 12 Year Old, a benchmark deluxe Canadian Whisky and Canada’s best selling 12-year-old whisky; and Gibson’s Finest Rare 18 Year Old, a testament to a whisky aged to perfection.

Gibson’s Finest Canadian Whiskies will launch in Quebec this September and enter select markets in the United States later this year. They are currently are available across Canada.

More information about Gibson’s Finest 18 year old Canadian whisky here.

More information about Gibson’s Finest 12 year old Canadian whisky here.

More information about Gibson’s Finest Sterling Canadian whisky here.


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