Domaines Ott Clos Mireille Rosé 2018 750ml - Bottle Shop of Spring Lake

Domaines Ott Clos Mireille Rosé 2018

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Domaines Ott Clos Mireille Rosé 2018 750ml


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Domaines Ott produces beautiful Rosé wines from three domaines in Provence and Bandol. The Clos Mireille is the terroir that is located right by the sea, giving it a little salty character and more crunchy fruit. The family considers it to be very classic Provence in style. It is made of mostly Grenache with Cinsault and Syrah.  The Château de Selle Rosé was the first wine produced by the founder, and it is made of Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Mourvèdre, which gives it a slightly fuller and spicier flavor profile.

The philosophy of this 4th generation family is to have total respect for the vines and the environment and to honor their founder Marcel Ott, an agricultural engineer with a pioneer spirit, who set out to create a wine estate in 1896 and created the best Dry Rosé in the world.

Category Rosé Wine
Region France, Provence, Côtes de Provence
Brand Domaines Ott
  • v94

VinousPale orange-pink. Highly expressive strawberry, nectarine, honeydew and lavender scents, along with building floral, orange zest and salty mineral qualities. Silky and focused on the palate, offering densely packed citrus and pit fruit and red berry flavors that unfurl on the back half. Finishes dry and minerally, displaying superb persistence and resonating floral and mineral notes.

Josh Raynolds, August 2019
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Wine SpectatorThis rosé shows precision, with intertwining grapefruit, mango and white cherry notes that offer verbena and herb underpinnings. Orange zest and mineral details glide through the long finish. Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Rolle. Drink now. 12,000 cases made, 2,000 cases imported.

Gillian Sciaretta, August 31, 2019
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Wine AdvocateThe 2018 Cotes de Provence Rose Clos Mireille is perfumed and floral, with hints of orange blossom joining citrus and melon. A blend of Grenache, Cinsault, Rolle and Syrah, it's light to medium-bodied, fresh and zesty, with a long, lime-riddled finish. Like its stablemate, the Chateau de Selle, it should drink well through 2020.

Joe Czerwinski, April 30, 2019