Strikingly elegent and prestigious Provençal Rosé
Attractively pale salmon pink in appearance with coral tints. A delightfully expressive and seductive nose of white peaches, melon, sweet spices and candied citrus. Distinctly fresh on the palate with further flavours of nectarine, mango and lemon zest. All rounded off beautifully with a resolutely saline and lengthy finish.
- Blend of 69% Grenache, 24% Cinsault, 12% Syrah and 2% Rolle
- Hand Harvested
6 Months oak ageing
Food Pairing: Lebanese mezze, olive tapenade crostini, grilled red mullet
Cellaring: Drinks well now but can be kept for an another 2 years.
STORY BEHIND THIS WINE
It’s safe to say that Provence is the spiritual home of our favourite summer tipple. But what makes Provençal-style Rosé so special? In the case of Domaines Ott’s Clos Mireille it could be the proximity to the sea. Ideally located within sight of the Mediterranean, this favourable location imbues a distinctly saline quality to this wine that is the envy of many. Run by the prestigious Champagne House of Louis Roederer since 2004, this winery produces prestigious, top-tier Rosé. Youve may have tried Rosé before, but not one quite like this.