After a successful partnership to launch its debut NFT collection, The Dalmore is joining up with BlockBar once more. This time, the two companies will issue an NFT of a 33-year-old Pauillac Premier Grand Cru Classé Finish. The Dalmore will release a total of 223 NFTs on BlockBar, a leading DTC NFT marketplace for premium wines and spirits.
Everything you need to know about the cooperation between BlockBar and The Dalmore NFT.
As part of its second collaboration with BlockBar, The Dalmore will distribute a full cask for the first time. For whiskey aficionados and novice collectors alike, this is a once-in-a-lifetime chance. The Dalmore and BlockBar will host an exclusive event for NFT holders to mark the cask’s bottling. The event will take place in September 2022.
“By purchasing The Dalmore 33 Year Old Vintage on BlockBar, owners will have the rare chance to attend a celebratory bottling event at a venue chosen by the community, anywhere in the world,” stated Dov Falic, co-founder and CEO of BlockBar. “This is not something you would have the chance to experience with a regular whisky purchase, let alone the fact that this is an exceptionally rare bottle in the first place. It’s something we’re extremely excited to offer in collaboration with The The Dalmore.”
Existing BlockBar NFT holders may join a lottery on March 29 to win one of the collection’s first 10 bottles. The first ten NFT holders will be treated to a VIP experience at the Highland Distillery. The pre-sale registration for the remaining 213 bottles will then commence on March 30. The general public will only have 48 hours to register for the drop. Finally, the NFTs will be announced on Tuesday, April 5. Each NFT will cost you $8,800.
The Dalmore’s first collection sold out in minutes for $137,500 in November 2021. We may expect a similar reaction from the second drop.