Bryant Family "Bettina" Proprietary Red

Bryant Family "Bettina" Proprietary Red - 2011

Item # 84694 750mL
$749.99/ Single Bottle
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Color
Red
Vintage
Country
USA
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Item Notes

  • Limited Production: Only 1 bottle(s) per customer

Tasting Notes

A proprietary blend, this wines derives from grapes grown on winemaker David Abreu’s exceptional vineyards, Madrona, Thorevilos, and Lucia Howell Mountain. A favorite of collectors and worthy a long life in the cellar.


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