Tollot-Beaut were among the group of pioneering Burgundians who started producing and bottling their own wines in the early part of the 20th Century. As rich in tradition as this Domaine is, under Nathalie Tollot, no-one rests on their laurels and a premium is placed on quality. Money is spent on new oak every year to ensure a good stock of healthy barrels which provide the perfect resting place for their magnificent wines. However, it is the vineyard where most of the investment goes on. They employ twice as many people per hectare than any of their neighbours to restrict the vigour of the vines and therefore increase the chances of ripe concentrated grapes being produced every year. The wines remain respectful to their origins while sharing characteristic spicy, toasty and cherry fruit flavours.
A Grand Cru vineyard on the hill of Corton producing only red wine. One of the better known and more prevalent Corton Grand Cru, Bressandes, like all Corton, produces wines that have a good deal of richness to them, however they also tend to be some of the most muscular and structured examples of Corton, usually requiring one or two years more in bottle before they are ready to drink.