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2022 Domaines Ott Clos Mireille Côtes de Provence Rosé - 6x75cl
  • Colour Rosé
  • Producer Domaines Ott
  • Region Côtes de Provence
  • Drinking 2022 - 2025
  • Case size 6x75cl
  • Available

2022 - Domaines Ott Clos Mireille Côtes de Provence Rosé - 6x75cl

  • Colour Rosé
  • Producer Domaines Ott
  • Region Côtes de Provence
  • Drinking 2022 - 2025
  • Case size 6x75cl
  • Available

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  • Goedhuis, June 2023

    Surrounded by picturesque pine forests on the Mediterranean coastline, Domaine Ott’s paradisal Clos Mireille vineyard is home to some equally flawless rosé wines. Labelled ‘Coeur de Grain’, only the purest juice is used, resulting in a beautifully soft and creamy wine. This Grenache-led blend of native Provençal varieties has an inviting nose of fresh melon, orange peel, and red berries, while a touch of guava and citrus balances out its intensely mineral core. Though more generous than previous expressions, the 2022 still has wonderful freshness and mouthwatering acidity, making it the perfect remedy for a long, hot summer.

  • Wine Advocate, June 2023, Score: 90

    Instantly brilliant in the glass, the 2022 Cotes de Provence Rose Clos Mireille, a blend of 70% Grenache, 20% Cinsault and the balance of Rolle (or Vermentino), exhales aromas of red berries, lemon, peach, guava and hints of curry leaf. On the palate, the wine is medium-bodied, combining fine acidity and a salty, penetrating, mouthwatering finish. It’s one of the more gourmand, fleshy, generous wines in the Domaines Ott range. Drink 2023-2025.

Producer

Domaines Ott

A contender for the title of the world's greatest rosé (certainly the most fashionable, judgingfrom the staggering 80,000 bottles sold into St Tropez from Nikki Beach, La Voile Rouge to Club 55 each summer) is Domaine Ott's Rosé in its instantly recognisable, curvaceous amphora-shaped bottle. Marcel Ott, Alsatian by birth, resettled in Cavalaire, close to Saint Tropez in 1896. As an agronomist, his ambition was to create ...Read more

A contender for the title of the world's greatest rosé (certainly the most fashionable, judgingfrom the staggering 80,000 bottles sold into St Tropez from Nikki Beach, La Voile Rouge to Club 55 each summer) is Domaine Ott's Rosé in its instantly recognisable, curvaceous amphora-shaped bottle. Marcel Ott, Alsatian by birth, resettled in Cavalaire, close to Saint Tropez in 1896. As an agronomist, his ambition was to create a great wine estate. It was in 1912 with the purchase of Château de Selle, that he realised this goal, later adding to his holdings with Clos Mireille and Château Romassan. Marcel Ott's philosophy was to marry the classic varietals of Provence with aprofound respect for nature. This tradition is now upheld by Maison Louis Roederer, who bought the controlling share of the estate in 2004. 300,000 bottles are produced each year from three domains, of which 60% is rosé, 25% white and only 15% red.Read less

Region

Côtes de Provence

France's most extensive appellation, the Côtes de Provence stretches from Toulon in the west to near Cannes in the east. The vineyards run from the sun-baked Mediterranean coast up into the Alpine foothills with their cooling influence. Rose wine accounts for four fifths of Côtes de Provence production. Formerly a drink for holidays only, consumption of rose is on the rise in both France and the UK and and the wines are more and more serious. Typically Cinsaut and Grenache are the most popular grape varieties. There is also a renewed focus on producing higher quality red wine by incorporating Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah into the blends, although combined they can only represent 30% of the blend. Plantings of indigenous white varieties are also increasing especially in the coastal areas.