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Long Island Spirits’ New Field & Sound Bottled in Bond Bourbon Goes Nationwide

Long Island Spirits recently released the new Field & Sound Bottled in Bond Bourbon in markets across America through partnership with distributor Winebow.

“Winebow has a long history with Rich Stabile and Long Island Spirits, and it’s a relationship that is important to the entire team,” said Richard Driscoll, executive vice president of spirits at Winebow, in a prepared statement. “We’ve been blown away by our customers’ response to this launch, and are thrilled to be able to further our relationship with Rich by selling this truly first-to-market expression of maritime-influenced bonded bourbon throughout Winebow’s national distribution network.”

Field & Sound Bottled in Bond Bourbon’s first batch release is limited to 6,000 bottles. Unlike most bourbons, it’s sweet mash fermented, a process that uses only fresh yeast.

Field & Sound Bottled in Bond Bourbon
Field & Sound Bottled in Bond Bourbon (image via Long Island Spirits)

Long Island Spirits calls this a maritime whiskey, influenced by its maturation on the Long Island Sound.

Made from a high rye mash, with most grain sourced within 10 miles, Field & Sound Bottled in Bond Bourbon is milled, mashed and distilled on site. The suggested retail price is $49.99 per 750mL bottle.

“The release of Field & Sound marks a very important milestone for Long Island Spirits,” said Rich Stabile, Long Island Spirits founder. “Having just celebrated our 15th anniversary, Field & Sound is an incredible whiskey that draws its inspiration from Long Island’s unique terroir and maritime climate.”

Long Island Spirits was established in 2007 as the first distillery on Long Island since the 1800s. Surrounded by centuries-old potato, corn and rye farms, the distillery is located on the North Fork of Long Island, in the heart the North Fork wine region with more than 70 wineries and dozens of pre-revolutionary family-owned farms that have a microclimate similar to the Bordeaux region in France.

Long Island Spirits is housed in a twin-cupola barn that has been repurposed into a modern craft distillery. The distillery engages in sustainable distillery practices, innovative fermenting, distilling and blending techniques, and all their spirits are non-chill filtered.

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