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Domaine de l'Arlot Nuits Saint Georges Blanc "Clos de l'Arlot" 1er Cru 2022
(Burgundy, France) - [VM 91-93] [JM 89-92]

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About the Wine:
This wine is recognizable by its golden, brilliant and clear colour. The pleasure starts with the very fine nose which evokes white flowers and exotic fruit, honey and vanilla. It carries on in the mouth where one discovers a full, generous wine whose roundness, suppleness and freshness express the very notion of harmony. It concludes on a mineral note which sharpens its complexity.

Tasting Notes:
Pale yellow color. A bouquet of great finesse with subtle apricot and white peach scents. The wine reveals its complexity on the palate: expressive, fleshy, delicate, fine and tannic. The finish lingers on nicely. This is a rich, smooth wine.

Ratings & Reviews

91-93 Points - Vinous Media:
"The 2022 Nuits Saint-Georges Blanc Clos de l'Arlot 1er Cru was taken from tank on the lees before filtration and fining. Aged in 25% new oak, it offers pretty apple blossom, gooseberry and persimmon scents that gradually unfold, though never completely let loose. The palate is well-balanced, with noticeable weight and heft on the entry. This is a concentrated white Burgundy, yet Géraldine Godot manages to retain sufficient tension and poise, elongating the finish. Apparently, this bottle had opened up considerably since being uncorked the previous day. Touch of ginger on the aftertaste. Punchy!.” – Neal Martin (Jan 2024)

89-92 Points - Jasper Morris' Inside Burgundy:
"This cuvée now covers all the plots, as La Gerbotte is included in Arlot, given that the vines are now 30 year old after all. Racked to tank but neither fined nor filtered yet. 25% new wood just features lightly on the nose, rather more evident on the palate. There is adequate concentration of white fruit, with a saline apple finish. The oak needs to calm down, as I am sure it will. Drink from 2027-2031." (Oct 2023)