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Tollot-Beaut et Fils

Aloxe-Corton

Chorey Cote de Beaune

Savigny "Laviers"

Beaune "Greves"

Beaune "Clos du Rois"

Corton

Corton "Bressandes"

The three Tollot-Beaut brothers own one of the great collections of Cote de Beaune vineyards. More important, they have the talent and dedication to turn the grapes from these select sites into some of the best bottles of Burgundy imaginable. the domaine was founded in 1880 and is often cited as a model for Burgundy. Of a total of 47 acres, about half of it is at Chorey and half divided among the Beaune Premier crus of Greves and Clos du Rois, Savigny and Aloxe Corton.

This is a special property with quite a traditional winemaking approach using wooden fermenters, plunging the "cap" and using no fining or filtration.