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This rose has a salmon-pink color and a citrusy nose, with a dominant aroma of strawberries. A full-bodied, fresh tas...Read more...
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I think this is my lowest rating ever (I haven't used the 100 point scale long enough to have applied it to any of the bad wines I've drunk.). It's... Read more
No detectable nose, very soft and subtly fruity wine with some hints of strawberries. Some earthiness (chemical?) on the finish. Read more
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Chateauに行ったが不在 ぶどうをつまんだら酸っぱかった 大きな松ぼっくり
I think this is my lowest rating ever (I haven't used the 100 point scale long enough to have applied it to any of the bad wines I've drunk.). It's not bad but it's not good. It's a little below average. Very few people seem to use the 100 point scale, as described below, accurately. I see too many tasting notes that indicate an average wine with a score in the 80's. You'd think that giving this a 74 I really didn't like it but that's too harsh. It's not that I DON'T like it it's just the I don't LIKE it. I could drink it again if it were poured for me but there's not much reason to seek it out. The color is so light it's hardly a rosé -- not that that's a problem, I'm just saying. Coincidence worth noting: the wine is almost exactly the color of the clouds overhead as I type this a little before sunset. The mouthfeel (I hate that word but what else? viscosity? texture?) is decently smooth and pink wine-like. I'll admit I don't exactly have a hounds nose but I can't hardly smell anything at all except a faint trace of dried strawberry. It tastes like water with essence of lemons, kiwis and strawberries and that's been sweetened with a tiny amount of high fructose corn syrup. Like I said, it's not bad -- it's more interesting than water or bad wine but it doesn't have much of what I want from wine.
No detectable nose, very soft and subtly fruity wine with some hints of strawberries. Some earthiness (chemical?) on the finish.
Not the perfect rose, but can pass for Domaine Tempier if you squint.
External Reviews for Domaines Ott White Blend Côtes de Provence Blanc de Blancs Clos Mireille
A delectable, pure, peachy nose blossoms from the glass whilst the palate is beautifully balanced with passion fruit, peach and rosewater. Superb definition on the finish.
A Proprietary Blend wine from Provence in France. 2011 Domaines Ott Cotes de Provence Rose Les Domaniers 750ml
A Proprietary Blend wine from Provence in France. 2011 Domaines Ott Cotes de Provence Rose Clos Mireille 750ml
Der Wein präsentiert sich in einem hellen Lachsrosa. Sein Parfum ist gleichzeitig pflanzlich, fruchtig und würzig, mit Ginster, Aprikose und Grapefruitfleisch. Der Rosé ist gut ausbalanciert, mit viel Kraft und Potential, der den Charme von Südfrankreich widerspiegelt.
This is a classic and classy Provençal rosé: dry with light berry fruit and a clean, fresh finish. Perfectly elegant alone, but it fits seamlessly into a light meal of salad and white fish.
A Proprietary Blend wine from Provence in France. 2010 Domaine Ott Ch. de Salles Les Domaniers Rose 750ml
This rose has a salmon-pink color and a citrusy nose, with a dominant aroma of strawberries. A full-bodied, fresh taste opens out onto hints of fresh fruit. Well-balanced, round and crisp.Domaniers Rosé will be a delicious companion to delicatessen meats, poultry, white meats, fish, Provencal and Asian dishes.
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