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2000 Le Clos Baudoin Vouvray Aigle Blanc
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will improve with age
07/27/2003
by merlot10579122
light and refreshing with good structure. Right now fruit is a little obscured by the acidity. Should get better with age. Check out the 1989 to see what this wine might become.
A Pleasure...
10/27/2002
by H. Joshua
soft and subtle with citrus and fruit flavors.
Pales in comparison to the 89
12/02/2002
by gamay10095419
This Vouvray is an Ok drinking wine, but pales in all ways to its older brother 1989 Le Clos Baudoin Vouvray Aigle Blanc. Recommended to others looking for a nice little white wine.

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