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Domaine Tollot-Beaut

With more than 23 hectares across Beaune, Savigny, Chorley and Aloxe, comprised of villages, premiers crus and grands crus, this domaine is one of the most substantial in the Cote de Beaune.  All fruit is 100% destemmed and whole-bunch pressed and/or fermented.  Fermentations are undertaken in a mix of stainless steel and concrete vats, and total time on skins is kept relatively brief (generally a little over two weeks).  Elevage takes place in cask, with the entry-level wines reeiving 25% new, and the premiers and grands crus between 30% to 60% new oak, depending on appellation.caveau-at-tollot-beaut.jpg

it is true that reds, as good as they can be, play second string here to the magnificent whites, despite the fact that substantially more red wine is produced than white.  The flagship wine is undoubtedly the tremendous Corton-Charlemagne, from a small quarter hectare plot with eastern exposure planted in 1965 in Le Corton.

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