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Lot Description: Corton-Bressandes Grand Cru Tollot Beaut (Domaine) 2002
Quantity: 1 Bottle
Label: 1 slightly marked label, 1 very slightly torn label
Type of price: -
Type of cellar: -
Recoverable VAT: No
Original Wooden Case: No
The original wooden case will be shipped only if requested by the customer when placing the order. It will be subject to extra delivery fees. For lots with a value exceeding €1,000 (excluding transport but including buyer’s premium) the OWC will be automatically sent without any additional charge.
Information about the wine
Classification: Grand Cru
Producer/Owner: Tollot Beaut (Domaine)
Grape variety: 100% Pinot Noir
Service temperature (in °C): 16
Information about the producer
Size (in ha): -
Yield (in hl/ha): -
Intensity : Classic
Dominant aroma : Red fruits
Tasting occasion : Gastronomic wine
Domaine familial de Chorey-lès-Beaune, Tollot-Beaut fut créé par le grand-père des actuels propriétaires, les cousins Nathalie, Jean-Paul et Olivier Tollot. Le vignoble s'étend sur 24 hectares, de Chorey-les-Beaune à Corton en passant par Savigny-les-Beaune. Les sols sont labourés et sans engrais. Les vins de ce domaine se démarquent par une recherche d'équilibre rare, entre élégance, puissance et pureté. Au nez, le corton-bressandes livre des arômes de petits fruits rouges ainsi que des notes de réglisse et la bouche se livre tout en délicatesse car les tanins sont présents mais soyeux, la finale apporte un peu de fraîcheur et l'ensemble se montre très agréable.
*The above information describes the wine and is not vintage specific.
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Original wooden case
The original wooden case will be shipped only if requested by the customer when placing the order. It will be subject to extra delivery fees. For lots with a value exceeding 1,000 (excluding transport but including buyers premium) the OWC will be automatically sent without any additional charge.
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