Clos Mireille by Domaines Ott is one of the best wines from perhaps the greatest name in Provençal rosé. Fine, delicate and with a delicious flavour, it truly is a cut above.
In 1896, Ott, an Alsatian agriculturalist with a pioneer spirit, set out to create a wine-producing estate. The first attempts were in the region of Cavalaire. It was in 1912, however, at Château de Selle, Le Clos ...Learn more
“Clos Mireille is one of Domaine Ott’s estates overlooking the Mediterranean. Pale, delicate and refreshing, this dry rosé from Provence’s most famous pink wine producer is dangerously drinkable.”
“Tasted blind. Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah. Ultra pale. Smells sweet, almost a touch honeyed but also pretty with blossom. Perhaps a touch of residual sugar to balance the intense freshness. Distinctive and interesting with a really creamy texture and great depth even though it is as much vinous as fruity.”
“One of France’s greatest rosés, this sits in the glass with a pale peach color and has a fairly restrained nose. The appeal of this Provence wine is its polished, creamy texture and balanced acidity and dry finish—what good rosé is all about.”
“The Domaines span three sites. Clos Mireille is the closest to the sea and the vines look out across the vivid blue of the Mediterranean. The wines are aged in old, large oak – you can’t taste wood, but there is the gentlest hint of sandalwood and spice.”
“One of France’s greatest rosés, this Côtes de Provence wine sits in the glass with a gorgeous pale peach color. The 2014 is fresher than previous vintages, with a delicate floral nose and some wild strawberry, finished off with juicy ripe, grapefruit.”
“One of France’s greatest rosés ... The appeal of this Provence wine is its polished, creamy texture and balanced acidity and dry finish—what good rosé is all about.”