Monday to Sunday: 9.30am to 4.00pm
Closed over Christmas and New Year.
Silent season runs from 3rd to 22nd of July 2015 with restricted access.
This one and a half hour visit begins with a short film recounting our 5 generations of family ownership.
It is followed by an on-foot tour of our Distillery with the opportunity to discover how the worlds most awarded whiskies are created, by craftsmen with generations of understanding. The tour inlcudes a visit to the Still House where you can see how our skilled Stillmen capture the sweetest part of our distillate from our unusually sized copper stills.
You will also visit two of our warehouses where you will explore the generations of gently maturing casks and learn how we achieve depth and consistency of flavour throughout our range of exceptional whiskies.
The special conclusion to this visit is a tutored nosing and tasting of four of our single malts Glenfiddich 12, 14, 15 and 18 Year Old.
£10.00 per person
Over 18s only.
Glenfiddich Solera: Deconstructed
This in-depth 2 and half hour visit will allow enthusiasts to discover the true art of whisky making.
Following an introductory video, you will be shown around the distillery and experience the true taste of Glenfiddich, sampling at various stages along the way.
Visiting warehouse 8, home to our unique Solera process, you will discover what makes our 15 year old such an exceptional dram.
You will then be taken into our Malt Masters Blending room. Here you will enjoy tasting a number of cask strength 15 year old samples and have the unique opportunity to step into our Malt Master Brian Kinsman’s role - preparing your very own version of Glenfiddich 15 year old by combining different cask samples together. Each guest will be able to bottle a small sample of their own creation to keep.
For this unique experience, we can only welcome a maximum of 8 guests on each tour and therefore ask that you reserve places in advance to avoid disappointment.
£35 per person
Over 18’s only
Join us for an inspiring half day visit to the home of the world’s most awarded single malt.
You will be warmly welcomed over coffee by one of our most experienced guides. Your time at Glenfiddich begins by delving into our 127 years of family ownership and discovering what has led us to become the world’s best selling single malt.
Throughout the visit you will experience the wealth of craftsmanship and traditions that are still used by us today and learn how we balance these with the innovation that has allowed us to create a range of exceptional whiskies.
You will visit a number of warehouses, including our oldest, Warehouse 1 where you will discover the craft that is still employed on our on-site cooperage.
Following visits to warehouses 1 and 8, we will delve into the hidden depths of our warehouses by visiting number 12, home to the Malt Master’s Selection. This range of 4 casks has been specially chosen by our 6th Malt Master Brian Kinsman. Here you will be invited to fill a 20cl exclusive bottle, from the cask of your choice, which you will be able to take home, along with a beautiful commemorative book documenting your trip to the distillery and your time spent within our hallowed warehouses.
We will conclude the experience with a tutored masterclass of a selection of 5 of our finest whiskies which will all be individually paired with delicious canapés prepared by Addy Daggart our head chef.
This exclusive tailored experience needs to be booked at least a week in advance and is for over 18’s only.
Maximum group size 8
£95 per person
William Grant, the founder of Glenfiddich, was born in 1839 in Dufftown. His dream was to build his own distillery and create the best dram in the valley.
The Grant family built The Glenfiddich Distillery with their own hands - the only help they asked for was that of a single stonemason. It took them almost 18 months and the first spirit flowed from the stills on Christmas Day 1887.
Through skill, hard work and determination, the single malt Scotch whisky created by the family turned out to be truly exceptional. The crystal clear water of the Robbie Dhu Springs, the barley, the pure Highland air and the unusually small size of the stills, produced a single malt Scotch whisky which, as William Grant hoped, could not be bettered.
Five generations later, William Grant and Sons Ltd is one of the very few Scotch whisky companies to remain in the hands of the family who founded it. Today, Glenfiddich is made in the same place and in the same way, using the dedicated skills of its own coppersmith and coopers, and still uses the same water source throughout production.
Glenfiddich has grown to become the world’s favourite single malt Scotch whisky - found in homes and bars throughout the world.
William Grant would have been very proud.
"Last visited three years ago and it keeps getting better."
"Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and informative. Enjoyed the tour immensely."
"The tour guide was excellent – very pleasant, courteous and knowledgeable. Wonderful tour."
"A truly fantastic experience which I will be recommending to many others."
"Thanks for a really interesting and enjoyable tour. I plan on recommending it to everyone at home in Australia!"
"This was a fantastic visit and you will forever be my whisky of choice. I will drink more!"
"This visitor experience is first class."
"I was not a whisky drinker but found a new respect and taste for Glenfiddich though the tour – especially your dedication to Scottish tradition. It was a wonderful, informative and illuminating experience."
"The tour was excellent, covering the history and processes very well."