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Louis Jadot (Domaine Louis Jadot) Beaune Les Avaux 2010. France, Burgundy, Beaune, Premier Cru. 3 Bottles á 0,75l. Estimate (11/2016): 130 USD (43,33 USD (1.055 CZK) / Bottle).

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