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Vines Cinsault (30 %), (60 %), (4 %), Syrah (6 %)

Color: Bright peach pink.
Smell: Notes of yellow fruits, citruis, pomegranate, pear and vanilla on the nose.
Taste: On palate is soft, with a pleasant persistence, citrus aromas. Long and fresh finish.
Food pairing: Perfect on fish and shellfish dishes, but also with cold cuts and white meats.

Vintage 2018: Frost, hail, heavy rains, summer storms and no windy day. It will remain etched in the memory for delicate wines, with a fruity and balanced character.
Soil: Very ancient soil, characterized by a mixture of shales and clays and the absence of limestone.

Domaines Ott

In 1896, after a tour of France’s many vineyards, Marcel Ott, a young graduate in agronomy engineering from Alsace, finally found an estate that inspired him. To set the scene, we are in Provence. The Mediterranean is lapping at the shore a mere stone’s throw away... In these parts, growing vines is the legacy of ancient times. Alas, a short while before Marcel Ott’s discovery, phylloxera had wreaked havoc on the vines. The land was cheaper, but the vineyards would have to be replanted. The wine had lost a great deal of its soul in the vineyard’s reconstruction. Marcel Ott bought several estates and began renovating them with the determined ambition to create great Provencal wines from noble grape varieties. Today, 120 years later, cousins Christian and Jean-François Ott dedicate their life to their ancestor’s love for the site. In 2004, Domaines Ott joined Louis Roederer and its fabulous selection of wine craftsmen. Christian and Jean-François run three estates: Château de Selle, Clos Mireille and Château Romassan. Each of these properties has its own individual charm and personality. Each can be proud of their extremely elegant rosé, red and white wines. In their cellars reigns one sovereign wine: the famous “Cœur de Grain”. Cœur de Grain represents wine-making genius, and its bottle could be considered a veritable master-stroke.. What proud and skilled vintner has never dreamed of providing their wine with the sanctum of an exclusive, unique and instantly recognisable bottle? In 1930, René Ott did exactly that. He, who never stopped loving Provence, its hills and shorelines punctuated by Cypresses and uninterrupted rows of vines, created a bottle with slender curves inspired by the grace of the landscape. Today, it is still the signature of Domaines Ott and it evokes the memory of an elegant amphora that kept the wine cool many centuries ago.

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