Vosne would be a derivative of "Vidumos" which means Forest. It is said that the Gauls who had enlisted for twenty years in Caesar's army were rewarded with a vineyard of gift that the following generations would have called Romanée. Vosne appears in written to 636/650 as the Vanoa. The great historian Claude Courtépée often said, "There is no common in Vosne wine."
The climate "Les Suchots" is located just out of the valley of Concoeur. This plot is located between the Grands Crus, in the North with "Les Echezeaux" and in South with "Le Richebourg" and "La Romanée Saint-Vivant". An ideal location for a Premier Cru. The catchment has high geological complexity, with an outcrop of marl bajociennes. The soils are calcareous brown from the limestone-clay materials of the Middle Jurassic.
This Premier Cru will taste perfectly with deer and celery puree.
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