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Bedell Cellars Musée - 2013

Item # 39184 750mL
$99.96/ Single Bottle
$599.76 $539.78/ Case of 6
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Color
Red
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Country
USA
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Tasting Notes

The Musée is the top wine from Bedell and is considered a Grand Vin. The label was designed by Chuck Close. The wine is powerful blend of Merlot and Petit Verdot with a rich core of ripe fruit and a complex array of flavors and velvety texture.


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