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Domaine Ott Chateau de Selle Rouge Comte Provence 2001

External Review by Morrell & Company:

This wine has a bouquet rich with plants. The palate is reminiscent of spice, apricot and grapefruit pulp. It pairs well with scallops, salmon marinated in dill, sweet and sour pork. It is best served at 50-54 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Region: France

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Color: Red
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Domaine Ott Chateau de Selle:
Domaine Ott was founded by Alsacian wine enthusiast Marcel Ott in 1896. However, production did not begin in earnest until 1912, and took place among three estates: Château de Selle (Taradeau), Clos Mireille (La Londe Les Maures) and Château Romassan (La Castellet). In 1930, the Coeur de Grain rosé, for which Ott is best known, began being marketed outside of France. Today,... Read more
Domaine Ott was founded by Alsacian wine enthusiast Marcel Ott in 1896. However, production did not begin in earnest until 1912, and took place among three estates: Château de Selle (Taradeau), Clos Mireille (La Londe Les Maures) and Château Romassan (La Castellet). In 1930, the Coeur de Grain rosé, for which Ott is best known, began being marketed outside of France. Today, this is one of the world’s most famous rosés.  In 2004, Domaine Ott joined forces with the Louis Roederer Group. Since 2009, Christian and François Ott have continued to produce the family brand. The wines are produced without the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. In addition to the famous rosés, Domaine Ott also produces red and white table wines.  Read less

External Reviews for Domaine Ott Chateau de Selle Rouge Comte Provence

External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
03/09/2009

This wine has a bouquet rich with plants. The palate is reminiscent of spice, apricot and grapefruit pulp. It pairs well with scallops, salmon marinated in dill, sweet and sour pork. It is best served at 50-54 degrees Fahrenheit.




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