By. Ott Cotes Provence Rose 750ml
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A rosé (from the French, rosé [oze]) is a wine that contains some color from the grape skins but not enough to be classified as a red wine. It's possible that it's the oldest known sort of wine, as it's the easiest to manufacture using the skin contact method. Depending on the grape varietals used and winemaking procedures, the pink color can range from a faint "onionskin" orange to a vibrant near-purple. In French, Portuguese, and English-speaking nations, the wine is usually labeled rosé, rosado in Spanish, or rosato in Italian.
Skin contact, saignée, and blending are the three main methods for making rosé wine. Rosé wines come in a variety of sweetness levels, from severely dry Provençal rosé to sweet White Zinfandels and blushes, and can be made still, semi-sparkling, or sparkling. Rosé wines are manufactured from a range of varietals and are available all over the world.
About the Producer: Domaines Ott
Domaines Ott is a wine producer based in the south of France and producing some of the most prestigious rosé wines in Provence. The domain consists of three farms: Clos Mireille, Château Romassan and Château de Selle. the names of Bandol and Cote de Provence. Rosé wine from Provence is an important part of the region's wines. It is made from classic Mediterranean varieties such as Grenache, Mourvèdre, Cinso and Syrah. Domaines Ott also produces several red and white wines in appellations and properties. A fourth line, By.Ott, was recently added and includes rosé, white and red wines from the renewed Château de Selle winery. The property was founded by Alsatian Marcel Ott, who arrived in Provence in 1896 and began buying vines in the post-phylloxera period, when vine land was relatively cheap. Three properties were added during the 20th century: Château de Selle was acquired in 1912, Clos Mireille in 1936 and finally Château Romassan in 1956. Each of the three estates produces two wines, all bottled in special bottles. shapes of bottles that represent the mountainous landscape of Provence. Chateau de Selle is the most remote of Ott's estates, located in Tarado, in the department of Var. The 14-hectare vineyards are planted on terraced slopes in soils that are a mixture of gypsum, red clay, sandstone, gravel and stone with a small amount of chalk. They make red wine and rose wine, both from a blend of cultivated varieties. in vines that include Grenache, Cinceau, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Clos Mireille and Chateau Romassan are located on the coast, the latter in Bandol AOC (name). Romassan produces rosé and red wines under the Bandol AOC de Mourvèdre, mostly with a small amount of Grenache. Clos Mireille, close enough to the ocean to feel the effects of the sea air, produces the flagship rosé Domaines Ott de Grenache, Cinceau and Syrah. This vineyard also produces white wine based on semillon and rollé.
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