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hmm... bringing back up an older thread...
so pretty much any vintage of d'yquem for about $150 for the 375 is a good deal? would that hold true for finding the 750ml for under $300?
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I was going to buy for my daughtr's birth year. And this year sucks for BDX also. Vintage Porto FTW? Maybe a Kronos?
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