In Kilchoman wurde ein Militärfriedhof angelegt, auf dem die Toten beider Nationen der letztgenannten Katastrophe begraben wurden (bis auf eine wurden später alle amerikanischen Leichen exhumiert und in die Heimat gebracht). [3] The deformed Palaeoproterozoic igneous rock of the Rhinns complex is dominated by a coarse-grained gneiss cut by large intrusions of deformed gabbro. [62][63] There are also various crannogs on Islay, including sites in Loch Ardnave, Loch Ballygrant and Loch Allallaidh in the south east where a stone causeway leading out to two adjacent islands is visible beneath the surface of the water.[29][62]. In the mid 12th century, a granddaughter of Godred Crovan's married the ambitious Somerled, a Norse-Gaelic Argyle nobleman. 1,3 Kilometer nordwestlich von Portnahaven an der Westküste befand sich das erste Wellenkraftwerk der Welt, das ins öffentliche Stromnetz speist. Rona | Bereits ab den 1830er Jahren begann die Bevölkerungszahl zu sinken. [125], Islay has some fine wild brown trout and salmon fishing[126] and in September 2003 the European Fishing Competition was held on five of the island's numerous lochs; this was "the biggest fishing event ever to be held in Scotland". Islay is the fifth-largest Scottish island and the eighth-largest island of the British Isles, with a total area of almost 620 square kilometres (240 sq mi). The Islay LIMPET (Land Installed Marine Powered Energy Transformer) wave power generator was designed and built by Wavegen and researchers from the Queen's University of Belfast, and was financially backed by the European Union. [147], According to a July 2018 report, some summer days see nearly 6,000 tourists on the island and over 15,000 during the Feis Ile whisky festival in May. There are a variety of other Church of Scotland churches and various other congregations on the island. Within 2 years of the raid, in 1493, MacDonald was compelled to forfeit his estates and titles to James IV of Scotland; by this forfeiture, the lands became part of Scotland, rather than a crown dependency. In 1462, the last and most ambitious of the Lords, John MacDonald II, struck an alliance with Edward IV of England under terms of the Treaty of Ardtornish-Westminster with the goal of conquering Scotland. Longay | [14], The Islay dialect is distinctive. [176] The legacy of this period includes the 8th century Kildalton Cross, Islay's "most famous treasure",[177] carved out of local epidiorite. It's fantastic to see women making whisky again. To Norway, the islands became known as Suðreyjar (Old Norse, traditionally anglicised as Sodor, or Sudreys), meaning southern isles. Successive chiefs of Clan Donald were proclaimed Lord of the Isles there, upon an ancient seven-foot-square coronation stone bearing footprint impressions in which the new ruler stood barefoot and was anointed by the Bishop of Argyll and seven priests. During World War I two troop ships foundered off Islay within a few months of each other in 1918. It is claimed that Donovan wrote the song after being arrested for possession of, Strachan, R. A, Smith, M., Harris, A. L., Fettes, D. J. The island's capital is Bowmore where the distinctive round Kilarrow Parish Church and a distillery are located. Naturally, the restoration of the MacDonalds created some hostility with the MacLeans; in 1549, after observing that Islay was fertile, fruitful, and full of natural pastures, with good hunting and plentiful salmon and seals, Dean Monro describes Dunyvaig, and Loch Gorm Castle "now usurped be M’Gillayne of Doward". There are also up to 12,000 Greenland white-fronted geese, and smaller numbers of brent, pinkfooted and Canada geese are often found amongst these flocks. [47] This can make travelling and living on the island during the winter difficult,[48] while ferry and air links to the mainland can suffer delays. Mai 2018, 100 Jahre nach den Tragödien, fanden auf Islay verschiedene Gedenkfeiern statt. Islay Whisky Islay (sprich Ei-lah) ist die berühmteste der schottischen Whiskyinseln. The British Channel 4 archaeological television programme Time Team excavated at Finlaggan, the episode being first broadcast in 1995.[192][193][194]. [40] The result is occasional minor earth tremors. Jahrhundert regierten die Lords of the Isles die schottische Westküste. From east to west they are Ardbeg, Lagavulin, and Laphroaig. Mull | When the estate owners realised they could make more money from sheep farming than from the indigenous small farmers, wholesale Clearances became commonplace. [Note 9]. [Note 1] There is ample evidence of the prehistoric settlement of Islay and the first written reference may have come in the 1st century AD. )[106] The agricultural economy was dependent on arable farming including staples such as barley and oats supplemented with stock-rearing. While the Lordship itself did not survive, the title did; today, the heir to the British throne, who is known as the, Martin wrote of the "isle Finlagan", that it is "famous for being once the court in which the great Macdonald, King of the Isles, had his residence; his houses, chapel, etc., are now ruinous. [170] It sits within a group of lexical isoglosses (i.e. They’re names of places or regions in Scotland that produce scotch. . Im Nordosten der Insel befinden sich auf einer Insel im Loch Finlaggan die Ruinen von Finlaggan Castle, dem einstigen Sitz der Lords of the Isles. [13] During the 17th century the power of Clan Donald waned, but improvements to agriculture and transport led to a rising population, which peaked in the mid-19th century. Godred Crovan was one of the most significant of the rulers of this sea kingdom. Eigg | For the next four centuries and more this Kingdom was under the control of rulers of mostly Norse origin. [9] Port Ellen is the main port.[10]. [121] There was an RAF Chain Home radar station at Saligo Bay and RAF Chain Home Low station at Kilchiaran. Two campsites are available; one of them can accommodate motorhomes.[149][150]. Staffa | In 1614 the crown handed Islay to Sir John Campbell of Cawdor, in return for an undertaking to pacify it;[99][100] this the Campbells eventually achieved. The project will be located in the Sound of Islay which offers both strong currents and shelter from storms. [140], Some 45,000 summer visitors arrive each year by ferry and a further 11,000 by air. In 2000, Japanese author Haruki Murakami visited the island to sample seven single malt whiskies on the island and later wrote a travel book called If our language were whisky. [41], There is a tillite bed near Port Askaig that provides evidence of an ice age in the Precambrian. By this point, Somerled's descendants had formed into three families – the heirs of Donald (the MacDonalds, led by Aonghas Óg MacDonald), those of Donald's brother (the Macruari, led by Ruaidhri mac Ailein), and those of Donald's uncle (the MacDougalls, led by Alexander MacDougall). )[145] Walkers and cyclists appreciate the 210 kilometres of coastline. Independent Scotch whisky bottler Hunter Laing & Co. late last year introduced two new bottlings to its Scarabus Islay Single Malt Whisky range. The name's origin is probably a mixture of Gaelic and Old Norse: Dun in the former language means "fort" and knaus-borg in the latter means "fort on the crag". [195], A population of several thousand red deer inhabit the moors and hills. Inch Kenneth | Das Klima ist dank des Golfstroms recht mild. [139], In future however, the whisky industry on this island may be moving to a broader range of products, some less peaty than the current majority as well as new types of whisky. [167] In the 2001 census this had dropped to 24 per cent, which, while a low figure overall, nonetheless made it the most strongly Gaelic-speaking island in Argyll and Bute after Tiree, with the highest percentage recorded in Portnahaven (32 per cent) and the lowest in Gortontaoid (17 per cent), with the far north and south of the island being the weakest areas in general. Ulva, Der Titel dieses Artikels ist mehrdeutig. [64] Dál Riata was divided into a small number of regions, each controlled by a particular kin group; according to the Senchus fer n-Alban ("The History of the Men of Scotland"), it was the Cenél nÓengusa for Islay and Jura. [14] Its landscapes have been celebrated through various art forms, and there is a growing interest in renewable energy. Initially dispossessed in the wake of royal opposition to the Lordship, Clan MacDonald of Dunnyveg's holdings in Islay were restored in 1545. Jennings and Kruse conclude that although there were settlements prior to the Norse arrival "there is no evidence from the onomasticon that the inhabitants of these settlements ever existed". [133][134] Kilchoman is a microdistillery opened in 2005 toward the west coast of the Rinns. Somerled's grandson, Donald received Islay, along with Claig Castle, and the adjacent part of Jura as far north as Loch Tarbert. Islay verfügt über ein vergleichsweise mildes Klima, das auf den Golfstrom zurückgeführt wird. [10][11] Sie liegt zwischen den Brennereien Caol Ila und Bunnahabhain. Die nach Südwesten ins Meer ragende Landzunge wird Rhinns of Islay genannt. There was a big stone of seven feet square, in which there was a deep impression made to receive the feet of Macdonald; for he was crowned King of the Isles standing in this stone, and swore that he would continue his vassals in the possession of their lands, and do exact justice to all his subjects: and then his father’s sword was put into his hand. Whiskys von Orkney sind gleichermaßen bei Liebhabern der Speyside-Whiskys wie bei denen der Islay-Whiskys beliebt, da sowohl eine leichte Süße als auch Torfigkeit vorhanden ist. In 1098, under pressure from Magnus, the king of Scotland quitclaimed to Magnus all sovereign authority over the isles. In 1891 the census recorded only 7,375 citizens, with many evictees making new homes in Canada, the United States and elsewhere. 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Colonsay | Ireland, Japan, America, Canada, and other countries produce great single malts as well. Die Insel hat eine Größe von 619,6 km², ist etwa 40 km lang und hat eine maximale Breite von 32 km. The western peninsulas are separated from the main bulk of the island by the waters of Loch Indaal to the south and Loch Gruinart to the north. "The Industries of Argyll: Tradition and Improvement" in Omand (2006) p. 151, Duncan, P. J. [86] The MacDonalds had thus achieved command of a strong semi-independent maritime kingdom, and considered themselves equals of the kings of Scotland, Norway, and England.[87]. Am 6. . Israel's First Whisky Distillery In the Land Of Milk And Honey . [32], The island's population is mainly centred around the villages of Bowmore and Port Ellen. His guards de corps, called Lucht-taeh, kept guard on the lake side nearest to the isle; the walls of their houses are still to be seen there. Dennoch sank die Otranto an der Küste in der Nähe der Machir Bay mit Verlust von insgesamt 431 Menschenleben. The Old Ways. Other smaller villages include Bridgend, Ballygrant, Port Charlotte, Portnahaven and Port Askaig. The two fought the Battle of Epiphany in the seas off Islay in January 1156. However at Bruichladdich, this specific part of the loch’s shoreline, is peppered with exposed and hidden 1,500 billion year old gneiss rocks up to 50 metres offshore. Islay was probably recorded by Ptolemy as Epidion,[16] the use of the "p" suggesting a Brittonic or Pictish tribal name. The later medieval period marked a "cultural high point" with the transfer of the Hebrides to the Kingdom of Scotland and the emergence of the Clan Donald Lordship of the Isles, originally centred at Finlaggan. Canna | [8] Von 1825 bis 1929 hieß die Destillerie Lochindaal. [142] The distilleries operate various shops, tours and visitor centres,[143] and the Finlaggan Trust has a visitor centre which is open daily during the summer. Adds New Islay Single Malts To Its Line Up. [174], Associated with various Islay churches are cupstones of uncertain age; these can be seen at Kilchoman Church, where the carved cross there is erected on one, and at Kilchiaran Church on the Rhinns. Generally scotch flavors can be broadly characterized by their place of origin. Bunnahabhain (Boo na hab hain meaning ‘river mouth’) is the most remote distillery on Islay and produces whisky quite unlike the rest of the island. The slab is decorated with foliage in the style of Ringerike Viking art and an Irish-style cross, the former being unique in Scandinavian Scotland.[67]. [190][191], In the 1990s the BBC adaptation of Para Handy was partly filmed in Port Charlotte and Bruichladdich and featured a race between the Vital Spark (Para Handy's puffer) and a rival along the length of Loch Indaal. 152–4, Duncan, P. J. Luing | [168] Amongst its distinctive phonological features are the shift from long /aː/ to /ɛː/, a high degree of retention of long /eː/, the shift of dark /l̪ˠ/ to /t̪/, the lack of intrusive /t̪/ in sr groups (for example /s̪ɾoːn/ "nose" rather than /s̪t̪ɾoːn/)[169] and the retention of the unlenited past-tense particle d' (for example, d'èirich "rose" instead of dh'èirich). The only snake on Islay is the adder and the common lizard is widespread although not commonly seen. Auf Islay leben 3228 Einwohner (Stand: 2011). A Covenanter army under Sir David Leslie arrived on Islay in 1647, and besieged the royalist garrison at Dunnyvaig, laying waste to the island. Im Zweiten Weltkrieg wurde auf Islay ein Militärflugplatz gebaut, der seit Beendigung des Krieges als Islay Airport für zivile Zwecke genutzt wird. Islay Whisky gehört zu den Schottischen Whiskys, die in mehr als hundert Destillerien auf schottischem Boden hergestellt werden. In 2007, parts of the BBC Springwatch programme were recorded on Islay with Simon King being based on Islay. The two main roads are the A846 from Ardbeg to Port Askaig via Port Ellen and Bowmore, and the A847 which runs down the east coast of the Rhinns. Von deutscher Seite waren u. a. die Geschäftsträgerin a. i. der Botschaft London, Gesandte Tania Freiin von Uslar-Gleichen, und Flottillenadmiral Jens Nemeyer anwesend. Though an obsolete term by 1901, it also used to mean a ‘lee shore’, a dangerous coastline for sailing vessels in a prevailing wind. Über die Definition der Zeit haben sich in tausenden von Jahren große Denker – von Physikern und Philosophen hin zu Dichtern und Biologen – den Kopf zerbrochen. [97] The MacLean family had been granted land in Jura in 1390, by the MacDonalds, and in 1493 had thus been seen as the natural replacement for them, leading to a branch of the MacLeans being granted Dunyvaig Castle by king James, and expanding into Islay. Snow is rarely seen at sea level and frosts are light and short-lived. [17] In the seventh century Adomnán referred to the island as Ilea[18] and the name occurs in early Irish records as Ile and as Íl in Old Norse. Pabay | [108][109] Following Jacobite insurrections, the Heritable Jurisdictions Act abolished comital authority, and Campbell control of the sheriffdom; they could now only assert influence as Landlords. [15] Die Anlage ist inzwischen nicht mehr in Betrieb und wurde entkernt. Islay annual whisky festival (Fèis Ìle), which normally swells the island's population from 3,000 to 10,000 in May, had to be canceled. Some bogs are cut for fuel used by a few distilleries and some homeowners. [5], Auf der Insel findet man zahlreiche Vogelarten. Port Charlotte for example, was named after Lady Charlotte Campbell, daughter of 5th Duke of Argyll, and wife of the island's then owner, Col John Campbell (1770–1809) of Shawfield and Islay. [2][Note 2], In seventeenth-century maps the spelling appears as "Yla" or "Ila", a form still used in the name of the whisky Caol Ila. Secondly it might make translating the name to English very hard. [70][72][73] A local tradition suggests that a standing stone at Carragh Bhan near Kintra marks Godred Crovan's grave. 'Moine Mhor' ist gälisch und bedeutet soviel wie 'der große Torf'. "The Northern Highland and Grampian Terranes" in, Armit, Ian "The Iron Age" in Omand (2006) pp. Marsden (2008) concludes that a location at the north end of the Sound of Islay is most likely. Die A846 und die A847 sind die Hauptverkehrsstraßen der Insel. ", Fisher, Ian "The early Christian Period" in Omand (2006) p. 71, Fisher, Ian "The early Christian Period" in Omand (2006) p. 82, Fisher, Ian "The early Christian Period" in Omand (2006) p. 83, Bridgland, Nick "The Medieval Church in Argyll" in Omand (2006) p. 86, Bridgland, Nick "The Medieval Church in Argyll" in Omand (2006) pp. [66], There is evidence of another kin group on Islay – the Cenél Conchride, supposedly descended from a brother of the legendary founder of Dál Riata, king Fergus Mór, but the existence of the Cenél Conchride seems to have been brief and the 430 households of the island are later said to have been comprised from the families of just three great-grandsons of the eponymous founder of Cenél nÓengus: Lugaid, Connal and Galán. Oronsay | [65], The 9th-century arrival of Scandinavian settlers on the western seaboard of the mainland had a long-lasting effect, beginning with the destruction of Dál Riata. Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Der Plan, die Port-Charlotte-Brennerei wieder zu eröffnen, ist vorerst auf unbekannte Zeit verschoben worden. Islay ([.mw-parser-output .IPA a{text-decoration:none}ˈaɪlə] englisch?/i, schottisch-gälisch Ìle?/i) ist die südlichste und fruchtbarste Insel der Inneren Hebriden und gehört zur Council Area Argyll and Bute. [128][129], Islay is one of five whisky distilling localities and regions in Scotland whose identity is protected by law. Once thought to be part of the Lewisian complex, it lies beneath the Colonsay Group of metasedimentary rocks[34][35] that forms the bedrock at the northern end of the Rinns. On the north of the island, Bowmore, Bruichladdich, Caol Ila, Bunnahabhain and Ardnahoe are produced, which are substantially lighter in taste. [197] The island supports a significant population of the marsh fritillary along with numerous other moths and butterflies. [116] On 6 October HMS Otranto was involved in a collision with HMS Kashmir in heavy seas while convoying troops from New York. Scarabus, meaning 'rocky place' in Old Norse, is named after a mystical area of Islay and is described as a whisky for those with a curious mind and an eye for detail. Lediglich das Gebäude steht noch. [51][Note 5] Stone implements of the Ahrensburgian culture found at Rubha Port an t-Seilich near Port Askaig by foraging pigs in 2015 probably came from a summer camp used by hunters travelling round the coast in boats. Jura | [29][30][31] The fractal coast has numerous bays and sea lochs, including Loch an t-Sailein, Aros Bay and Claggain Bay. In 1608, Coupled with MacDonald hostility to the Scottish reformation, this led the Scottish-English crown to mount an expedition to subdue them. Orsay | [136] For example, Port Charlotte distillery operated from 1829 to 1929[137] and Port Ellen is also closed although it remains in business as a malting. At first there were only two Protestant churches but in 1642 three parishes were created, based at Kilchoman, Kilarrow and a new church at Dunyvaig. [137], In general, the whiskies from this island are known for a "pungent peaty, smoky and oily flavours, with just a hint of salty sea air and seaweed" because of the use of peat and the maritime climate, according to one report. [29], There are numerous small uninhabited islands around the coasts, the largest of which are Eilean Mhic Coinnich and Orsay off the Rinns, Nave Island on the northwest coast, Am Fraoch Eilean in the Sound of Islay, and Texa off the south coast. Islay Whisky im Angebot Große Auswahl Top Marken Viele Bezahlmöglichkeiten Islay Whisky jetzt bestellen! And whisky distillation has been a part of Islay’s history for over 500 years. There was also an RAF Coastal Command flying boat base at Bowmore from 13 March 1941 using Loch Indaal. In 1266, his more peaceable successor ceded his nominal authority over Suðreyjar to the Scottish king (Alexander III) by the Treaty of Perth, in return for a very large sum of money. [199], Coordinates: 55°46′N 6°9′W / 55.767°N 6.150°W / 55.767; -6.150, Southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, This article is about the island in Scotland. [109] The sundering of the relationship between the landowners and the island's residents proved consequential. The range is bottled in … Other waterfowl include whooper and mute swans, eider duck, Slavonian grebe, goldeneye, long-tailed duck and wigeon. [111] Initially, a sense of optimism in the fishing and cattle trades prevailed and the population expanded, partly as a result of the 18th-century kelp boom and the introduction of the potato as a staple. Islay | 124–26, Oram, Richard "The Lordship of the Isles, 1336–1545" in Omand (2006) p. 123, Oram, Richard "The Lordship of the Isles, 1336–1545" in Omand (2006) p. 132, Morrison, Alex "Rural Settlement: an Archaeological Viewpoint" in Omand (2006) p. 110, Duncan, P. J. The dispute continued for decades, and in 1578 the Macleans were expelled from Loch Gorm by force, and in 1598 their branch was finally defeated at the Battle of Traigh Ghruinneart. [67][74] A genuine 11th-century Norse grave-slab was found at Dóid Mhàiri in 1838, although it was not associated with a burial. Ferries to Port Askaig also run on to Scalasaig on Colonsay and, on summer Wednesdays, to Oban. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 6. Während des Ersten Weltkriegs sanken 1918 zwei Truppentransportschiffe innerhalb weniger Monate vor Islay. First Whisky distillery in the Northern Highland and Grampian Terranes '' in Omand ( 2006 ).! 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