NAVIGATING AN AUCTION
Exploring the entire auction? Sort by the highest bid price, lowest bid price, lot title A-Z and lot title Z-A. If you are looking for a bargain, then sort the auction by Bid Price (Lowest) to explore the lower end of the auction and perhaps discover an overlooked gem!
Exploring a specific area? If your interest lies in a specific area then use our handy filter bar to narrow down your search. Our filter terms cover a wide range of criteria, so whether it is a specific distillery, region, type, age or a combination of these things, select all of the options that apply to your search and discover what the auction has to offer.
Know exactly what you are looking for? Enter the details of the bottle into the search bar at the top right of the page to bring up all the relevant lots in the current auction. Perhaps you would like to know what this bottle has sold for in a previous auction? Just tick the previous auction box next to the search bar to find every example previously sold by Whisky Auctioneer.
USING THE WATCH LIST FEATURE
So you’ve found multiple bottles that you are interested in, but are not ready to place a bid?
Don’t lose track of them in the wider auction and add them to your Watch List by selecting the star in the top right corner of the lot image. You can then access your full Watch List via your personal dashboard, monitor the bottles over the course of the auction and place that bid when you are ready.
REVIEWING A LOT BEFORE BIDDING
We provide clear images of every lot in the auction so that you have a good understanding of what you are bidding on. Lots are sold as seen, so before placing a bid be sure to carefully review the images and the lot description including any reports on condition and get in touch with any questions that might arise. Our team are also happy to provide further images or a condition report on request.
SOME USEFUL LINKS
There is so much to explore and learn about the world of whisky, we love to provide insight into the bottles featuring in our auctions through our social platforms, e-newsletters and news articles but there are also many excellent websites that you can reference. We've listed some of our favourites below that can help expand your whisky knowledge if you're interested -
ScotchWhisky.com - Although no longer in operation, there is still a font of knowledge and information on the site, particularly in the Whiskypedia section.
The Scotch Whisky Association - The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) is a trade organisation that promotes, represents and protects the interests of the whisky industry in Scotland and around the world.