Whiskey Museum Holds Raffle for Signed Pappy Van Winkle Collection

Oscar Getz Whiskey Museum & Bardstown Historical Museum

Bourbon lovers know how hard it is to get their hands on a single bottle of legendary Pappy Van Winkle bourbon – let alone all five bottles! How would you like the chance to win the Pappy collection all signed by Julian and Preston Van Winkle for $100!

The Oscar Getz Whiskey Museum & The Bardstown Historical Museum is holding a raffle to support the whiskey museum. For $100/ticket you get a chance to win all five signed bottles. Only 1000 tickets will be sold and are selling out fast. The raffle includes a 10-year-old Rip Van Winkle, a 12-year Van Winkle, and the 15, 20, & 23-year-old Pappy Van Winkle bottles. 

A similar signed Pappy Van Winkle collection recently sold for a record amount at auction! After 31 bids, the winner scored the set for $21,600! The proceeds from that auction went to benefit The LEE Initiative Restaurant Relief Workers Program, founded by Louisville Chef Ed Lee.

Click here to purchase your ticket from the Oscar Getz website. All bottles were donated by Bardstown restaurant, The Rickhouse Restaurant and Lounge.

The Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey History displays a 50-year collection of rare artifacts and documents concerning the American whiskey industry dating from pre-Colonial days to post-Prohibition years. The museum includes exhibits on President Washington, Abraham Lincoln, authentic moonshine stills, antique bottles and jugs, medicinal whiskey bottles, unique advertising art, novelty whiskey containers, and much more.

The Bardstown Historical Museum contains items relating to 200 years of area history. You will find Indian relics, Lincoln documents, pioneer papers, John Fitch land grant, a replica of his first steamboat, Stephen Foster memorabilia, a new Trappist monks’ exhibit, gifts of Louis Phillippe and Charles X of France, Civil War artifacts and guerrilla Jesse James hat and wine bottle, St. Joe Preparatory School momentos and much more. Guided tours available.

According to the museum’s website, the winner will be notified by phone and email no later than November 3rd, 2020.