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Domaines Ott By. Ott Rosé Côtes De Provence 2016

Producer Information

Domaines Ott* was founded in 1912 by Marcel Ott, an agricultural engineer from Alsace who dreamed of establishing a great wine estate near the Mediterranean. Today, the wineries are owned and managed by Champagne Louis Roederer and produce some of the world’s most prestigious wines, but particularly rosé wines, made at distinctively different estates in Bandol and Côtes de Provence appellations. Regarded as the “gold standard of rosé” by The Wall Street Journal, in 2016 Domaines Ott* has released a new cuvée, By. Ott.

Vineyards

This very ancient land is characterised by a combination of schists and clays, and by an absence of limestone. Produced from vineyards neighbouring their famous Grand Crus, By. Ott is a blend from the Clos Mireille and Château de Selle Estates. Clos Mireille´s proximity to the sea and microclimate offer freshness while Château de Selle, located on limestone hillsides, gives plenty of fruit and texture to the wine.

Winemaking

Made in Château de Selle’s completely new cellar, part of the winery is exclusively dedicated to making By. Ott. The grapes are hand picked, followed by strict and selective sorting on tables and an extremely delicate pressing process of whole bunches with a super short maceration to produce the beautiful light colour. Slow fermentation takes place in thermo-regulated vats.

Vintage Information

2016 turned into quite a successful vintage in Provence despite a warm and dry summer.

Tasting Note

Attractive bright hue with flecks of pink. Seductive aromatic palette characterized by citrus notes on the nose combined with a subtle hint of red fruit.

Rich, mineral palate dominated by notes of peach and apricot, underpinned by lovely freshness. The finish is juicy and well-balanced.

Food Pairing

All Mediterranean cuisine.

Serving Suggestion

Best served at 10°-12°C.

AOC Côtes de Provence
70% Grenache
20% Cinsault
10% Syrah

Natural cork
13.5

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