Domaine Tollot-Beaut

This domaine-bottling pioneer, with extensive Pinot Noir holdings, has a formidable reputation for consistency built on meticulous viticulture and cellarwork. In spite of the domaine’s signature overt, supple fruitiness and velvet-smooth tannin extraction, their wines often carry signature structure and it pays to wait longer than one might expect for the wines to deliver their full potential. These are wines that gain enormously in bouquet and complexity with proper cellaring.

General information

  • Country


  • Region


  • Total holdings


  • Winemaker

    Jean-Paul Tollot

  • Established


  • Cultivation

    Lutte raisonée

Wines produced

Wine Grapetype(s) Vine age Soil type Vineyard area
Chorey-lès-Beaune Pinot Noir Oldest vines 1953, youngest 1998 Rich in clay 6ha
Savigny-Lavières 1er cru Pinot Noir Planted 1943, 44, 83 & 93 Rocky limestone 1.98ha
Aloxe-Corton Pinot Noir Planted 1973, 85 & 93 Clay & limestone 1.88ha
Aloxe-Corton 1er cru Fournières Pinot Noir Planted 1974, 77 & 80 Clay & limestone 0.88ha
Beaune 1er cru Clos du Roi Pinot Noir Planted 1978, 82 & 87 Gravel & limestone 1.09ha
Beaune 1er cru Grèves Pinot Noir Planted 1969 & 1987 Rocky limestone 0.59ha
Corton grand cru Pinot Noir Planted 1930, 85 & 08 Clay & limestone 0.60ha
Corton-Bressandes grand cru Pinot Noir Planted in 1953 & 55 Clay & limestone 0.91ha
Corton-Charlemagne grand cru Chardonnay Planted in 1965 Clay & limestone 0.24ha

Viticulture / Vinification

Red wines

  • Indigenous yeasts used for fermentations
  • Normally destemmed - experimented with some whole-bunch fermentation in 2015
  • Élevage in oak - up to 60% new for the grands crus

White wines

  • Indigenous yeasts used for fermentations
  • Pressed pneumatically
  • Élevage in oak