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Unlike wine, whiskey doesn’t age after bottling. Bourbon does its aging in the barrel. And each barrel is unique due to the variation in the grain of the oak, the level of charring inside, and its location and length of stay in the warehouse.

AdvertisementThey say good fences make good neighbors. And in Lexington, Kentucky, we tend to agree. But it’s what’s between our fences that makes this a special place both to live and to visit.

 

21c Museum Hotels co-founder Laura Lee Brown describes the growing contemporary art museum, hotel, and restaurant group in whimsical, almost dream-like, terms: “We live on a corner of curiosity.”