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1994 Domaine Ampeau Meursault La Piece Sous Le Bois
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by Trebbiano416736
Very disappointed in this wine. For the price (~ $80), I expect exceptional taste & characteristics for a white wine. This did not deliver. While smooth, I have to agree with other reviews in flat to non-existent flavor profiles. It is a touch buttery; however, on the whole, there is not much here to observe. Will not be buying this again for sure.
Very disappointed
by merlot13433997
I purchased this wine for a special occasion. It was properly stored and opened only a few months after purchase. I was very disappointed. The best way I can explain it..the wine had no taste to it. Flat. Very week. Watered down. I've had much more exceptional and memorable wines for a third the price. I will not purchase a second bottle.


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