Les Suchots Vosne Romanée 1er Cru 2006 - Wine


Les Suchots Vosne Romanée 1er Cru
Les Suchots Vosne Romanée 1er Cru

The Style of the Wine

Finesse, richness, complexity and harmony all come together and unite to show how complete this exceptional wine is. An iron hand in a velvet glove, it describes the fullness of the Pinot Noir with exceptional distinction, expressing a taut nervosity before resonating with richness and elegance. Its aromas evolve harmoniously with age. When young, the wine offers floral notes mingled with raspberry, morello cherries and blackcurrant. With time the aromas evolve and develop towards spices, liquorice, undergrowth and leather.

The Terroir

Between Romanée Saint Vivant, Echézeaux and Richebourg...this vineyard neighbours on a few of the greatest wines in the world. A number of respected experts consider Les Suchots to be among the very finest 1st Crus from Vosne Romanée.

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- An exceptional village Vosne Romanée houses incredible terroirs with a line up of the top red wines of Burgundy: Romanée-Conti, Richebourg, Romanée, Romanée Saint Vivant, La Tâche, Echézeaux, Grands-Echézeaux... So many names which make the greatness of the Pinot Noir resound through extremely elegant wines. - The fullness of the Pinot Noir You need to know how to wait for this Vosne Romanée Les Suchots, as time gives it a sheen and an exceptional feel. The brief impression of austerity during its youth fades, the tannins soften and the wine becomes rounder... Maturity gives it sensuality and elegance. - No pumps Domaine de l'Arlot has chosen to use gravity for the vinification of its wines. Only the laws of gravity are used right from the arrival of the grapes to the flowing of the wine into casks. By avoiding the use of pumps, the profound nature of the grapes and must is preserved. The fruit character of the wine is made keener and tighter.

The Weather

A particularly chaotic and contrasting year, which leaves a memory of a snowy winter, a wet spring, and a summer which started off with a heatwave and ended up cold and damp, followed by mixed weather in September.

The Harvest

Sunny weather when the whites were picked on September 18th and 19th and gloomier weather when the reds were picked from September 23rd to 28th, with ripeness which took a long time to become apparent.

The Grapes

Very low yields. Strict sorting of the grapes during picking and in the winery meant that the grapes were of high quality. Yields were low despite the rain.


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