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1875 Isaias Hellman "Cucamonga Vineyard Private Stock" San Bernardino County Port (some soiled labels, some damaged capsuels w/exposed corks)

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Southern California pioneer and financier Isaias Hellman had a nose for wine. One of the leading investor's in Alhambra's San Gabriel Wine Company in the late-1800s, Hellman was also said to have been the owner of Cucamonga Vineyards, the source of this 1875 Port. Bottled in 1921

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