Michel Couvreur, originally from Belgium, makes Scotch Whisky in the heart of Burgundy (Bouze-Les-Beaune). Michel dug his own cellar in the hillsides of Bouze-les-Beaune, about midway between the Andalusian vineyards and the Scottish Highlands. His scotch matures there in these rare sherry casks.
The cellar is a 500 foot tunnel with galleries, humid by natural springs running through it. A small room far from any light called "the paradise" shelters some rare, old and elegant nectar, carefully kept in sealed demijohns.