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1993 Le Clos Baudoin Vouvray Aigle Blanc
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Aged quality Vouvray is a wonderous thing.
01/14/2000
by Edward Murray
I'll concede a tie with Huet in molleaux (sweet) vintages, but is there a better producer than Le Clos Baudoin in dry vintages? Honey, damp wool and mineral aromatics transported me to the a sunny day on the Clos when the earth was wet from the morning dew, a deftly balanced textured palate worked beautifully with the Valencay. Long dry nuanced finish.
Grows on you!
05/01/2000
by fedsan
Light nose that hints of grapefruit and other citrus aromas. Nice fruit with a dry finnish. This lean vintage is perfect with hors d'oerves or with light appetizers.
Not bad...
04/27/2000
by trixanity
Actually rather good. But mineral-esque to me, and I prefer fruiter. I know, not what this wine is all about, but just _my_ preference.

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