Summer is ending and we say farewell to the season with our last Rose promotion of the year. Domaines Ott* is probably the most famous Provence producer together with Chateau Esclan and Miraval. Domaines Ott* was originally founded in 1900 by Austrian engineer Marcel Ott, who bought estates on the cheap after phylloxera destroyed swathes of vineyards and wiped most producers out of business. Domaines Ott* consists of the Chateau de Selle, Clos Mireille and Chateau Romassan estates. Today, the winery is owned by Louis Roederer, the famous champagne house but continues to be operated by the descendants of Ott.
The Domaines Ott* Cotes de Provence By Ott Rose is made in Chateau de Selle Estate from grapes harvested from vineyards of this estate and the Clos Mireille estate. The Clos Mireille’s proximity to the Mediterranean Sea gives the wine freshness, while the Chateau de Selle’s limestone based soils gives it lots of fruit and texture.
By Ott is at the cheap end of the Ott rose range. But cheap is relative. It is comparable to the top end roses of other rose producers in the region. The quality though definitely justifies the price, if not betters it. By Ott is made from a blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah grapes. The colour is an alluring salmon pink. On the nose, I find prominent notes of strawberries and raspberries, which gradually give way to peaches and melons. This follows through to the palate with an abundance of summer fruits that’s fresh, full and crisp. The wine is dry and refreshing with a beautiful touch of acidity. There’s a lot of depth with this wine.
We are offering 20% discount off our usual price. For 6 bottles and above, we offer a further 5% discount. Simply enter PROMO CODE: BY-OTT in the checkout page to enjoy this additional discount. Only 120 bottles are available for this promotion. While stocks last.
Was: $54 Now $43.20 (20% off) 6 BOTTLE CASE: S$246.24 (S$41.04 per bottle)
Please note that this is an online promotion and is not valid for in-store purchase.
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