2018 Clos Mireille Rose, Domaines Ott, Cotes de Provence (3 x Magnum)

France Provence

Pale orange-pink. Highly expressive strawberry, nectarine, honeydew and lavender scents, along with building floral, orange zest and salty mineral qualities. Silky and focused on the palate, offering densely packed citrus and pit fruit and red berry flavors that unfurl on the back half. Finishes dry and minerally, displaying superb persistence and resonating floral and mineral notes.

2018 Clos Mireille Rose, Domaines Ott, Cotes de Provence (3 x Magnum)

Pale orange-pink. Highly expressive strawberry, nectarine, honeydew and lavender scents, along with building floral, orange zest and salty mineral qualities. Silky and focused on the palate, offering densely packed citrus and pit fruit and red berry flavors that unfurl on the back half. Finishes dry and minerally, displaying superb persistence and resonating floral and mineral notes.

France Provence
Producer Domaine Ott
Region Provence
Country France
Grape Variety Grenache Noir
Vintage 2018
Colour Rose
Style Medium, Dry

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Pale orange-pink. Highly expressive strawberry, nectarine, honeydew and lavender scents, along with building floral, orange zest and salty mineral qualities. Silky and focused on the palate, offering densely packed citrus and pit fruit and red berry flavors that unfurl on the back half. Finishes dry and minerally, displaying superb persistence and resonating floral and mineral notes.

94 Points / Drinking 2020 - 2026

By Josh Raynolds / August 2019

Robert Parker Wine Advocate

The 2018 Cotes de Provence Rose Clos Mireille is perfumed and floral, with hints of orange blossom joining citrus and melon. A blend of Grenache, Cinsault, Rolle and Syrah, it’s light to medium-bodied, fresh and zesty, with a long, lime-riddled finish. Like its stablemate, the Chateau de Selle, it should drink well through 2020.

91 Points / Drinking 2019 - 2020

By Joe Czerwinski / April 2019