The 2015 Chorey-les-Beaune Village was tasted as a blend of the two cuvées that Tollot-Beaut create. It has an attractive raspberry, wild strawberry and morello nose, a slight metallic note in the background though that ebbs away with time. The palate is silky smooth on the entry with blue and red berry fruit, saturated tannins and a generous, rounded, lightly-spiced finish. There is a pastille-like purity here and it constitutes to be an absolutely delicious village cru.(NM)
A terrific village Chorey from vines over ninety years old. Notes of juicy red cherry, coniferous sous bois and subtle espresso lead into a refined, well balanced and full-bodied palate showing impressive depth and intensity through the persistent finish.Drinking Window 2018 - 2045.(WK)
A slightly more elegant nose features liqueur-like aromas of both red and dark pinot fruit that are also liberally laced with warm earth nuances. The textured and relatively refined medium weight flavors also possess a seductive texture though with a bit more overall depth and length. This too would make for a very good upper level house red.
(Nathalie Tollot made an assemblage of two large cuvées that had not yet been combined): Good dark red. Aromas and flavors of black cherry and licorice are lifted by a minty topnote. At once silky and juicy, showing good inner-mouth aromatic lift but no rough edges. Spicy and energetic on the back end. The crop level here was a solid 40 hectoliters per hectare as this clay-rich soil did not suffer much from drought.(ST)
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