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Faim | Oct 29, 201609:33 AM     14

I recently paid $70 for a bottle of Barbera D'Alba at Per Se , I later paid $15 for the same wine at my local wine store.

This was not as bad as the $116 bottle /$30 glass for a St Estèphe at L'Assiette in LA. I found that wine at K&L for $17.99.
Has any one had any other examples of gouging they would like to share?

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