Clos Mireille is one of the 3 vineyards of Domaines Ott, alongside Château de Selle and Château Romassan. The domain is famous for its Coeur de Grain Rosé made by the ‘saignee’ method and presented in an iconic bottle.
With raspberry fruits and rose petal aromas, this is a light and refreshing wine, highly regarded in St Tropez.
French still rosé wine from Provence in South East France, made Grenache, Cinsault, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah.
Situated in one of the oldest wine regions in France, Domaines Ott was founded in 1896 when Marcel Ott arrived in Provence and set about restoring the region’s reputation after the poor quality replanting following phylloxera. He founded Château de Selle in 1912, Clos Mireille in 1935 and then Château Romassan in 1956. Today, cousins Jean-François and Christian Ott dedicate their life to their ancestor’s love for the site. They carefully hand pick and sort their grapes to ensure that they meet the high standards they have set for themselves. In 2004, Domaines Ott joined Louis Roederer. View our selection.
Three estates make Domaines d’Ott. Château de Selle is a 140 hectares of vines with an average of 19 years old and planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah. Clos Mireille is a 50 hectares of vine with an average age of sixteen years old and is planted with Rolle and Semillon for the production of white and Grenache, Cinsault, Cabernet sauvignon and Syrah for reds and rosés. Finally Château Romassan has 69 hectares of vines with an average of 25 years old and planted with Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah. The domaine is famous for its Coeur de Grain Rosé made by the ‘saignee’ method at each estate and presented in an iconic bottle shaped like an amphora.
AOC Côtes de Provence: Château de Selle Rosé Coeur de Grains, Château de Selle Rouge, Clos Mireille Rosé Coeur de Grains, Clos Mireille Blanc de Blanc and BY Ott available in white, rosé and red.
AOC Bandol: Château Romassan Rosé Coeur de Grain and Château Romassan Rouge.