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I picked up a couple bottles of 2000 Chateau Larose Trintaudon for a very low price. I cracked open a bottle of this stuff and it was actually quite decent. Of course it's not in the league of the Lafitte or Mouton Rothschild, etc... but it's quite good in the $10-20 price range, perhaps it even compares favorably to the lesser Penfolds Vintages... I have put away about 3 cases (mixed bottles) of 2000 Bordeaux, i will put away a couple bottles of this stuff as well, some people have mentioned that the 1990 is drinking very well now, so perhaps aging will help even with this vintage which is meant to be drank fairly young.
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I wouldn't be in a rush to drink 2000 vintage Bordeaux.
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