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Warrenmang Grand Pyrenees

Over the past 40 years Luigi and Athalie Bazzani lovingly watched over and built up the reputation and impressive portfolio of wines made under the Warrenmang label from the Pyrenees region of Victoria. Their focus on quality was unwavering and a very loyal clientele was built up. The winery has now changed ownership and Dan Murphy's has the privilege to offer wines sourced directly from the cellars of Warrenmang and their provenance is guaranteed! This means you can buy with confidence and experience this wine in peak condition as they have been cellared by the winery until purchase by Dan Murphy's.
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