Belle Meade Bourbon Honored by Garden & Gun's "Made in the South" Awards

 
 

It was a huge honor to be named Runner-Up in Garden & Gun's Third Annual Made in the South Awards. The South makes up so much of who we are, and we're proud to make our Bourbon here.

Read more about the honor here.

In 1885, Charles Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery was outproducing Jack Daniel’s nearly twenty to one before Prohibition shuttered the operation. More than one hundred years later, his great-great-grandsons Charlie and Andy Nelson are reviving the family brand one bottle at a time, beginning with their new small-batch Belle Meade Bourbon. Sporting a refined version of the distillery’s historic label—created by the artist who inked the design for the dollar bill—the bourbon is based on the original Green Brier recipe, complete with high rye content and smooth finish. A Tennessee whiskey is already in barrels, and a brick-and-mortar tasting room and distillery are set to open in 2013.
— Garden & Gun