The explorers of the "New World" are saluted in this brand, which debuted in 1993 and which offers a medium-bodied taste. The line expanded in 1997 to include the Maximillian, a double corona, which is offered in boxes of 20, and the Vasco de Gama, which like the rest of the brand - except Columbus (10s) and Pizarro (60s) - is available in boxes of 25.
Las Cabrillas, Balboa, Nat, 7 1/2 x 54, 15 per box
Price: $56.48 - Compare at $77.25
Las Cabrillas, Cortez, Nat, 4 3/4 x 50, 15 per box
Price: $42.98 - Compare at $58.80
Las Cabrillas, Desoto, Nat, 6-7/8 x 50, 15 per box
Price: $50.21 - Compare at $68.55
Las Cabrillas, Magellan, 6 X 42, 25 per box
Price: $71.65 - Compare at $117.50
Las Cabrillas, Ponce De Leon Nat, 6 5/8 x 44, 15 per box
Price: $47.80 - Compare at $65.40
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