It’s the American Dream in hardbound, semi-gloss paper. It’s the tale of an iconic name, taste, and philosophy. The notes and tones of the finest bourbon in the world, told through the lens of the man who crafted it. This isn’t just a coffee table book. It’s the life of Pappy Van Winkle – the man and the bourbon, written by someone who knew him best: His daughter, Sally Van Winkle Campbell.
227 pages. Hard cover. 10.5”x9.5”
Excellent story, excellent writing!
Posted by Brian Etzel on 30th Jan 2015
I ordered this book to prepare for a tasting I'm having at the bar I manage and could not put it down. I love the history and families of bourbon and found this book to be extremely informative and a very enjoyable read. Well done Sally, well done. Pappy would be proud. Now if somehow Julian and Preston could bring back Old Fitzgerald, I would be in bourbon heaven.
Wonderful, Informative Book About KY Bourbon
Posted by Unknown on 29th Jan 2015
I was very impressed with the information and book design. There are many pictures to give you a real feel of the history of the making fine bourbon.
Fantastic Historical Account!
Posted by carla elmore on 17th Dec 2014
I love the history & the family story. I am now in search of a good bottle of Pappy .....which ain't easy!
The inside story on the Bourbon we all love!
Posted by Dan Marett on 4th Jan 2014
It is rare to learn the history behind a company that makes one of your favorite products. The details and storytelling style made " But Always Fine Bourbon" hard to put down. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it over two nights, sitting beside a fire with a glass of Family Reserve. Sally almost makes you feel a part of her family.
Great book, great customer service.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Dec 2013
As an avid bourbon lover, I know Pappy's is the gold standard. I've always enjoyed great bourbon with great character and none compare to Pappy's. I decided to buy this book to learn more about this wonderful prize. I am a stickler for customer service and I have to say that Carrie was wonderful to deal with. She seemed like a family member and made me feel like I was part of the Van Winkle family. I would strongly encourage anyone that has questions to contact them.