The rosés of Provence have become famous for being dry, crisp and light bodied and archetypically the palest of pink.
At Domaine Ott’s Clos Mireille estate, the land is characterised by a combination of schists and clays, and by an absence of limestone.
In sight of the Mediterranean, the vineyard’s proximity to the sea explains the unique character of the wines produced at Clos Mireille. The microclimate and sea spray create the ideal conditions for the production of extremely fine rosé, amongst the best in the world.
The saline, expressive and delicate nose exudes notes of citrus fruit, mango and sweet spices.
The wine is fresh and fruity on the palate before revealing an ample, silky-smooth structure with notes of nectarine, candied citrus fruit and blackcurrant buds. The finish is succulent and lively with flavours of white stone fruit and lemon zest.
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