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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
13 Nov 2002

All these wines (and many more) were tasted blind in London in September 2002. Some were truly thrilling and bore witness to the reputation of this white burgundy vintage but a disturbing number were seriously out of condition. Sauzet and Leflaive did particularly well, with Bouchard Père et Fils thoroughly rejuvenated.

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