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Western Wines and More on the Auction Block

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    1941-1962-1941-Inglenook. One bottle of the famed 1941 Inglenook Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (est. $2,500-$3,500); 1962 Inglenook Napa Valley Classic Claret (est. $50-$150 per bottle); one bottle of 1941 Inglenook Charbono (est. $100-$500) From the private family collection of John Daniel, Jr., winemaker at Inglenook from 1939 to 1964 Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
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    1941-1933-1955-1941-Inglenook. One bottle of 1941 Inglenook Charbono (est. $100-$500); 1933 Inglenook Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (est. $1,000-1,500 per bottle); 1955 Inglenook Napa Valley Cask B-4 (est. $250-350 per bottle); 1962 Inglenook Napa Valley Classic Claret (est. $50-$150 per bottle); one bottle of the famed 1941 Inglenook Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (est. $2,500-$3,500); From the private family collection of John Daniel, Jr., winemaker at Inglenook from 1939 to 1964 Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
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    1941-1933-1955-1941-Inglenook. One bottle of 1941 Inglenook Charbono (est. $100-$500); 1933 Inglenook Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (est. $1,000-1,500 per bottle); 1955 Inglenook Napa Valley Cask B-4 (est. $250-350 per bottle); 1962 Inglenook Napa Valley Classic Claret (est. $50-$150 per bottle); one bottle of the famed 1941 Inglenook Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (est. $2,500-$3,500); From the private family collection of John Daniel, Jr., winemaker at Inglenook from 1939 to 1964 Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
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    First and Second Growth Bordeaux. An excellent selection of First and Second-Growth Bordeaux including cases of 1989 Haut Brion (est. $12,000-$15,000 per case); 1989 La Mission Haut Brion (est. $8,500-$11,000 per case); 1990 L’Angelus ($3,000-3,800 per case) and 1990 Chateau Margaux (est. $9,000-$11,000 per case), among others (estimates vary) From a Bay Area Collector Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
  • Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
    First and Second Growth Bordeaux. An excellent selection of First and Second-Growth Bordeaux including cases of 1989 Haut Brion (est. $12,000-$15,000 per case); 1989 La Mission Haut Brion (est. $8,500-$11,000 per case); 1990 L’Angelus ($3,000-3,800 per case) and 1990 Chateau Margaux (est. $9,000-$11,000 per case), among others (estimates vary) From a Bay Area Collector Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
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    2005-Eagle. A two-bottle offering of 2005 Screaming Eagle Est. $3,000-4,000 From an important Napa Valley Cellar Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
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    2007 Scarecrow. A rare magnum of 2007 Scarecrow Estimate upon request Sold to benefit the Arts Council Napa Valley’s Cameo Community Program Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
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    1933-Inglenook-1. Group3-1933-Inglenook-2. Two bottles of 1933 Inglenook Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (est. $1,000-1,500 per bottle) From the private family collection of John Daniel, Jr., winemaker at Inglenook from 1939 to 1964 Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
  • Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
    1933-Inglenook-1. Group3-1933-Inglenook-2. Two bottles of 1933 Inglenook Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (est. $1,000-1,500 per bottle) From the private family collection of John Daniel, Jr., winemaker at Inglenook from 1939 to 1964 Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
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  • Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
  • Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
  • Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
  • Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
  • Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
  • Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
  • Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings
  • Photo courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields/ W. Hastings

Some of the most desired California wines and more will be on the auction block on June 18 at Bonhams Wine Auction in San Francisco. Highlights include two bottles of 2005 Screaming Eagle presented in their original wooden cases (estimated from $3,000 to $4,000). Pioneering California winery Inglenook, which dates from the 19th century, is offering bottles from the private family collection of longtime winemaker John Daniel Jr. (1939 to 1964). Among its most noteworthy offerings are two bottles of the 1933 Inglenook Cabernet Sauvignon—the first wine produced by Inglenook following Prohibition—estimated to fetch $1,000 to $2,000 each. Other California wines will include the 2007 Scarecrow (estimate upon request), a California cult wine named for the Wizard of Oz character (the film was produced by the vineyard’s initial owner, Joseph Judson Cohn); it will be auctioned to benefit the Arts Council Napa Valley’s Cameo Community Program, a community and educational outreach in St. Helena, Calif. Additionally, there will be a variety of offerings from a Bay Area collector, including a 1989 Château Haut-Brion (estimated $12,000 to $15,000) and a 1990 Château Margaux (estimated $9,000 to $11,000). (415.503.3363, www.bonhams.com)

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