Awarded one of only

400 bottles nationwide given only to charities

& choose Pinellas Park wounded warriors

retreat as beneficiary

December 2019


   The Wilson Van, a charity band of Paul, Mark & Patrick Wilson and their non-profit Wilson Family Foundation are one of a handful of charities nationwide that have been granted a piece of American bourbon history. The legendary Buffalo Trace Distillery has bottled their historic six millionth bottle this year in commemorative 375ml bottles, in a stunning hand-made walnut display case with a piece of the oak stave barrel and a storybook detailing it's significance.

    Only 400 bottles were made, not to be sold in stores but distributed to non-profit organizations nationwide and The Wilson Family Foundation is honored to be a recipient of #296. While other bottles have been raffled off, we have chosen a simple auction and included two additional 750ml hard to find bottles distributed by Buffalo Trace, Elmer T. Lee and Weller Special Reserve. And since you need something to enjoy them in, we've thrown in two special Wilson Van rocks glasses that are also not available anywhere for purchase.

     We have chosen the non-profit Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch of Pinellas Park, FL (WWAR) to be the recipient of all funds raised in this auction. WWAR provides a retreat for veterans of all abilities and we are honored to be able to thank them for their service by providing them all proceeds from this unique auction.

      The auction begins Sunday, December 8th at 9am and concludes Sunday, December 22nd at 9pm.










To learn more about Buffalo Trace's 6 millionth barrel offer