Latitude Beverage, known for its 90+ Cellars wine line, announced expansion into independently bottled spirits with the launch of Wheel Horse Rye. The whiskey is produced at O.Z. Tyler, a historic distillery in Owensboro, Kentucky, the site of one of the state’s original permitted distilleries and a stop on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Wheel Horse is a straight rye whiskey traditionally crafted by Master Distiller Jacob Call, a third-generation distiller and seventh-generation Kentuckian. Bottled at 101 proof, the small-batch, sour mash whiskey is made with a grain bill of 95% rye and 5% malted barley. The brand is now available to Connecticut permittees and licensees via Latitude Beverage Company and in Rhode Island via East Coast Beverage.