Virginia Bourbon Lottery

Virginia isn’t known to be the best hunting grounds for bourbon, so if you’re stuck in the state you need to be in the lottery. We could take a minute to rant on how the typical lotto is a tax on the uneducated and the poor, but we’ll save that for another day.

The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control is holding the lottery for Pappy Van Winkle and other limited allocation bourbons, the Virginia Bourbon Lottery .

Last year, over 25,000 entries were submitted. You might be thinking it’s a waste of time to enter the Virginia Bourbon Lottery, and you might be right, but if you don’t enter you certainly won’t win. There are over 2000 bottles available this year, 1:10 or 1:15 odds aren’t too shabby.

You must be a resident of Virginia with a valid VA Driver’s License to collect on any winnings they may receive in the Virginia Bourbon Lottery.

What Can I Win?

Parker’s Heritage Collection Single Barrel #11
Enter Lottery Here | 120 bottles | $129.99

Booker’s Rye Whiskey
Enter Lottery Here | 12 bottles | $299.99

Four Roses 2017 Limited Edition Small Batch Bourbon
Enter Lottery Here | 120 bottles | $124.99

Pappy Van Winkle Package Collection (23, 15, 12, 10)
Lottery Opens December 6-10 | six 4-bottle packages | $999.99
Winners notified by January 8

Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 23 Year Bourbon
Lottery Opens December 13-17 | 24 bottles | $269.99
Winners notified by January 15

Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 15 Year Bourbon
Lottery Opens December 20-24 | 120 bottles | $99.99
Winners notified by January 22

Van Winkle Special Reserve 12 Year Bourbon
Lottery Opens January 3-7 | 1316 bottles | $69.99|
Winners notified by February 5

Old Rip Van Winkle 10 Year Bourbon
Lottery Opens January 10-14 | 424 bottles | $59.99
Winners notified by February 12

If you strike out at the Virginia Bourbon Lottery and want a bourbon Better than Pappy Van Winkle, check out our list Here.

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