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Whisky firm’s heritage is set in stone

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THE Glenmorangie Company’s new Livingston bottling plant received a reminder of its Highland roots when a 20-tonne Pictish stone sculpture was delivered from the distillery in Tain.

THE Glenmorangie Company’s new Livingston bottling plant received a reminder of its Highland roots when a 20-tonne Pictish stone sculpture was delivered from the distillery in Tain.

The artwork was created by sculptor Barry Grove using sandstone sourced from the area around Glenmorangie’s distillery.
“This new sculpture will be a notable landmark at our bottling plant,” said Glenmorangie MD Paul Skipworth.

Image – The sculpture en route.

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