I opened a bottle of Robert Arnoux’s Bourgogne, Pinot Fin, 2005 this evening and really enjoyed it. The Arnoux domaine is located in Vosne Romanee and the grapes for this cuvee must come from that appellation. Most Bourgognes tend to be a little rough around the edges, but this wine was smooth and full of red fruits. I have not had a wine from Arnoux before tonight, but I imagine the higher level cuvees are outstanding (Les Suchots, Echezeaux, Clos Vougeot, Romanee St.-Vivant). This basic bottling is produced from 60 year old vines that are Pinot Fin, which is the term for the original Pinot strain that many believe produces the best fruit.