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Vines Pinot Nero (100 %)

Color: Ruby red.
Smell: The nose is intense and elegant, with notes of ripe red fruits such as raspberry and dark cherry, with hints of spice.
Taste: Fresh on the palate, perfectly balanced with tannins and softness, good roundness and persistence.
Food pairing: Perfect for dishes based on red meat with sauce or roast, cold cuts and cheeses.

Obtained from meticulously cared for and reared vines in lower Burgundy, this Pinot Noir follows the traditional red vinification processes with final aging in oak barrels (partially new) for about 18 months.

Domaine Tollot-Beaut

The Domaine, which has belonged to the family for more than a hundred years, is currently run by the fifth generation of Tollot. It is based in Chorey-les-Beaune, in Alexandre Tollot street, which takes its name from the grandfather of the current owners, esteemed mayor of the town; following his marriage to Aurélie Beaut, the Domaine Tollot-Beaut is created. Chorey-les-Beaune is the only municipality, in addition to Gevrey-Chambertin, to have a large part of its own vineyards bordering on the right the state road N.74, considered the watershed between the most suitable and slightly less important land . Nathalie Tollot, in charge of the company, explains every time that her Domaine has been there since before the highway was built and that the wines produced in Chorey-les-Beaune are always of renowned quality. The Domaine owns 24 hectares in the communes of Beaune, Chorey-les-Beaune, Savigny-les-Beaune and Aloxe-Corton, with beautiful plots in the Grand crus of Corton-Charlemagne and Corton. The bottle used by the Tollot family is characteristic: unlike what one might think, it is not the result of the desire to seek something innovative, on the contrary, it is the desire to consolidate the Burgundian tradition. In fact, it refers to a bottle widely used in the area in the early 1900s, a time when the Domaine began to bottle its wines.

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