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BY.OTT Côtes de Provence Rosé

BY.OTT Côtes de Provence Rosé 2016

Decanter - Josh Raynolds - June 01, 2017

90 Points "Light bright orange. Lively, mineral-tinged red berry and citrus pith scents and flavors, along with a deeper cherry note. Concentrated yet lithe in character, showing good energy and a touch of honeysuckle on the back half. The mineral note sharpens a long, focused finish that shows appealing sweetness and no rough edges. This wine is made from the estate's young vines in its Côtes de Provence vineyards."

JamesSuckling.com - James Suckling - May 16, 2017

91 Points "Light salmon color. This is so refined and beautiful with sliced apples, lemon rind and white peaches. Medium body, bright acidity and an ash and lightly fruity finish. Lovely balance to this wine. Drink now."

Château de Selle Côtes de Provence Rosé

Château de Selle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2016

Wine Spectator - James Molesworth - October 31, 2017

90 Points “An alluring rosé, with persimmon, orange pith, jicama and mineral notes streaking through, all set against a backdrop of white peach. Has range and precision.”

Wine & Spirits - Tara Thomas - August 01, 2017

93 Points “Chateau de Selle was the first estate that Marcel Ott acquired when he founded his winery in 1912. The vineyard sits well inland from the Mediterranean coast on a high limestone shelf in Tarandeau, where Grenache, cinsault and syrah grow alongside some cabernet sauvignon. Pressed lightly and aged for a few months in oak, the wine holds more flavor than the pale color suggests, with the initial herbal and floral scents growing into full-bodied, savory notes of strawberry, peach and nectarine. The firmness of the structure suggests this rose will age well, and can stand up to something as rich as pork belly.”

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - July 01, 2017

92 Points “Pale in color, this ripe wine is beautifully balanced. It does have rich fruit, raspberries and wild strawberries. It also has a fine texture with plenty of acidity as well as a touch of pepper. The wine could age for a further few months”

Château de Selle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2014 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - November 19, 2015

90 Points "So pale, this wine is almost white. The fruit and the red-berry flavors are definitely those of a rosé, a fruity, full wine with a touch of spice as well as a tight, mineral texture. Weight and ripeness are balanced by a fresh, crisp aftertaste. Drink now."

Wine & Spirits - Tara Q. Thomas - August 2015

90 Points “This is as pale as limestone soils in this vineyard in Tarandeau, well inland from Saint-Tropez. The flavors are delicate as well, hints of peach blossom and orange zest flirting around an expanse of chalky minerality. It’s restrained and elegant, for a fillet of sole.”

vinousmedia.com - Josh Raynolds - April 28, 2015

92 Points "Very pale orange-pink. Incisive and minerally on the fragrant nose, displaying an array of red berry and citrus fruit aromas and a sexy floral nuance. Dry, stony and precise on the palate, offering sappy orange and redcurrant flavors that flesh out slowly with air. At once concentrated and lithe, finishing with outstanding clarity and a lingering honeysuckle note. I'd serve this wine as I would a rich white Burgundy."

Château de Selle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2013 Archived REVIEWS

International Wine Cellar - Josh Raynolds - June 14, 2014

92 Points "Bright salmon-skin color. Spice- and herb-accented aromas of cherry, black raspberry and lavender are complemented by a subtle hint of smokiness. Shows strong mineral and floral character on the palate, with red berry and citrus fruit flavors firming up with air. Closes spicy and very long, with lingering floral pastille and orange zest qualities and a touch of anise."

JamesSuckling.com - Alexandre Centeleghe - June 13, 2014

93 Points "This is one of the best rosés in the world. Delicate aromas of sliced peaches and light strawberries follow through to a full body, with good acidity and a round soft texture. A joy to drink. Don't serve it too cold. Drink now."

Château de Selle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2012 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - July 2013

89 Points "Light, fruity, very crisp in character, this is an apple and citrus driven wine as much as red fruits. There is an attractive, exotic touch of pomegranate fruits that add an extra dimension to this lively, fresh wine."

Château de Selle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2010 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - August 2011

90 Points "A rich, fat wine, with the weight of concentrated red fruits laced with pear and a touch of spice. There is a vanilla layer that adds extra complexity."

International Wine Cellar - Josh Raynolds - July 2011

91 Points "Light, bright peach skin color. Lively, mineral-accented aromas of orange zest, strawberry and honeysuckle, along with a hint of herbs. Nervy and refreshingly brisk on the palate, offering pure red berry and citrus flavors underscored by a chalky quality. Finishes dry and clean, with strong cut and lingering florality. I really like this wine's balance and focus."

Château de Selle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2009 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - September 01, 2010

89 Points "The style at Domaines Ott has changed to become fresher and less oxidative, and the wine fits the new look. It is vivid, crisp, a rich texture giving fresh berry fruit and a light layer of acidity."

Wine Spectator - Kim Marcus - June 30, 2010

90 Points "This serious rosé has a pretty coppery color, with full-bore flavors of dried mango, cherry and plum that are flanked by rich glazed ginger notes. Shows hints of white chocolate and coffee on the finish."

Château de Selle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2007 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Spectator - Kim Marcus - June 30, 2009

89 Points "A serious rosé, offering a coppery color and rich flavors of dried raspberry, with confit notes. The broad finish lingers with hints of salt and licorice."

Wine Enthusiast - Joe Czerwinski - July 01, 2008

90 points "...[T]here’s no denying the high quality of this wine. Almost smoky, mineral-like complexity emerges on the nose, followed by hints of cherry fruit underscored by dramatic freshness on the lengthy finish."

CW11 (NYC) - May 15, 2008

In a segment focusing on the Wine Enthusiast Toast of the Town New York, Sybil Strum touted the 2007 Domaines Ott Château de Selle rosé as a "wonderful premier rosé that pairs well with almost all of your summer foods."

Château de Selle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2006 Archived REVIEWS

San Antonio Express-News - Bonnie Walker - August 14, 2007

Recommended "Another favorite of ours has been Domaines Ott. You can usually find bottles of the higher end French rosé at Seazar's..."

Château de Selle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2005 Archived REVIEWS

Food & Wine - June 2008

Recommended "...[A] very light and graceful rosé."

MSNBC.com, Entrepreneur.com - November 19, 2007

Under $100 Holiday W "This wine has such structure and will keep for a year or two. It pairs well with light meats, such as hams and turkeys," said Tony Princiotta, general manager and wine buyer, for the Cheese Store of Beverly Hills.

Washington Post - Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg - July 18, 2007

"[T]he most elegant rosé we have ever tasted....We found ourselves smitten with its refined flavor and texture, which echoed the delicate silkiness of the scallops we enjoyed with it. The 2005 Domaines Ott Chateau de Selle Cotes de Provence rosé, whose bottle resembles a gigantic perfume flask, is reminiscent of strawberries and cream."

Wine Enthusiast - Joe Czerwinski - July 01, 2007

88 Points "One of the world's best-known rosés, Ott's Château de Selle is a clean, refreshing, minerally drink. The flavors are difficult to describe exactly, coming across a little like underripe melon combined with grapefruit, herbs and white chocolate."

Martha Stewart Newsletter - Per Holmberg - July 2007

Recommended Recommended wine for a "light summer picnic or lunch...Light, fruity, and served cold, [rosés] are crowd pleasers."

Luxe - June 2007

Best Rosé for Summer Shayn Bjornholm, wine education director, Washington Wine Commission, and master sommelier: "Powerful, graceful, spicy and fruity with 15 times the depth of most rosés...simply amazing."

Conde Naste Portfolio.com - May 25, 2007

"Ott is among the oldest, largest, and best-known producers in Provence...[I]f you are looking for a deluxe, rich, mouth-filling rosé with enough body to stand up to food—even lamb—then this 2005 Château de Selle rosé is your wine."

Wine Spectator - Mitch Frank - May 2007

Recommended, 87 Poin "Firm and food-friendly, with good concentration to the dried cherry, cream and spice flavors. Raspberry on the finish."

Château de Selle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2004 Archived REVIEWS

New York Times - Julia Chaplin and Sia Michel - August 06, 2006

Highly Recommended "To me this wine tastes like the South of France and summer, and you should have an endless supply of it...Domaines Ott is the 501 jeans of rosé..." "At the Spotted Pig the most requested label...is Domaines Ott, which has become the trendsetters rosé of choice since it was bought by Champagne Louis Roederer, the maker of Cristal Champagne, two years ago."

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 2016

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - July 01, 2017

93 Points “Dominated by the local Mourvedre grapes, this is a ripe and complex wine. Its acidity is integrated with rich yellow fruits, spice and perfume. This wine is floral, poised and very stylish.”

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 2015

Decanter - Fiona Beckett - August 01, 2017

96 Points “Enticingly golden, pink-tinged, Mourvedre-based rose that manages to combine freshness with depth and complexity. Savoury, a lovely touch of white peach balancing a gorgeous creamy texture. All you could want from a rose. Drink with: carpaccio, beef tartare, lobster spaghetti.”

Wine Spectator - James Molesworth - September 2016

92 Points “A long and refined rosé, with a very stony spine supporting light rosemary, white pepper, dried peach and jicama notes that stay tightly focused through the mineral-edged finish. The ample energy is tightly harnessed, like the vibration of a tuning fork."

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - July 01, 2016

92 Points "The Mourvèdre in this blend gives this wine a distinctive perfumed, structured character. Soft and rich yellow and tropical-fruit flavors are spiced with the edge of tannins and youthful red-fruit flavors. It is intensely ripe and also crisp with acidity.”

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 2014 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - November 19, 2015

91 Points "This wine is very rich and full. It is bone dry, full of red fruits as well as a lightly bitter edge that needs to soften. On the other hand, the crisp acidity and light spice are both delicious, promising a generous, full-bodied wine in a few months. Drink from mid-2016."

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 2013 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - July 01, 2014

92 Points "The palest of rosés is also a serious wine. It has a firm and mineral character that goes along with ripe red fruits and a tight texture. It needs to age for a few months and is really meant to go with food."

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 2012 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - July 2013

92 Points "With some extra weight, this is a solid, red currant and berry driven wine. Its fruit is right up front, backed by a mineral acidity that cuts through the richness. It’s definitely a food wine, and equally an impressive wine that needs to age for up to a year."

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 2011 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - July 2012

92 Points "With its Mourvèdre content, this is a big-hearted wine. It is finely balanced between its rich yellow and red fruits and spice and acidity. This is a great food rosé, textured and ripe."

International Wine Cellar - Josh Raynolds - July 2012

92 Points "Light orange-pink. Sexy, spice-accented aromas of candied pit fruits, redcurrant and tarragon, with a smoky topnote. Weighty and pliant in the mouth, offering intense red fruit and peach flavors accompanied by herb and floral nuances. Finishes sappy and very long, with slow-mounting spiciness and chewy texture."

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 2009 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - September 01, 2010

91 Points Cellar Selection "As befits a Bandol, this rosé has a good depth of flavor, rich and smoothly textured with acidity integrated into a serious and complex wine. The structure and acidity suggest a wine that could age for 2–3 years."

Wine Spectator - Kim Marcus - June 30, 2010

89 Points "This intense rosé offers dried berry and peach flavors that are filled with ginger and cream notes. Features powerful mineral and pepper elements on the finish."

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 2007 Archived REVIEWS

Wine & Spirits - Tara Q. Thomas - August 2009

92 Points "Umami rose, this is savory, succulent stuff, a wine for the cellar or for sea urchin eaten straight from its spiny shell. From the 148-acre estate Marcel Ott established in Le Castellet in 1956, it needs time in the glass (or an hour in a decanter) to reveal its layers of flavor, from lavender to orange peel, iodine to wild strawberries, all displayed on a mouthwatering base of minerals."

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 2006 Archived REVIEWS

San Antonio Express-News - Bonnie Walker - August 14, 2007

Recommended "Another favorite of ours has been Domaines Ott. You can usually find bottles of the higher end French rosé at Seazar's..."

The Wine Advocate - Neal Martin - June 2007

90 Points "This is everything that a rose wine should be. 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 rose that just seems to blossom with aeration. Outstanding. Drinking 2007-2009."

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 2005 Archived REVIEWS

San Francisco Chronicle - July 07, 2005

Recommended "Ripe raspberry, dried plum and alcohol on the nose with a hint of rubber; full, ripe berry, watermelon aromas; similar flavors plus a touch of earth; crisp acidity; long, juicy finish."

Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 2003 Archived REVIEWS

New York Times - Julia Chaplin and Sia Michel - August 06, 2006

Highly Recommended "'To me this wine tastes like the South of France and summer, and you should have an endless supply of it...Domaines Ott is the 501 jeans of rosé...'" "At the Spotted Pig the most requested label...is Domaines Ott, which has become the trendsetter's rosé of choice since it was bought by Champagne Louis Roederer, the maker of Cristal Champagne, two years ago."

Wine & Spirits - June 2006

92 Points "The pale pink of this rosé implies its delicacy. Its strawberry-cherry flavors are light but lasting, their translucency revealing pinnings of stony minerality. The clincher, however, is the finish, where the acidity powers through the flavors and refreshes the palate, urging another sip, or a pairing of salmon in sorrel sauce."

Clos Mireille Blanc de Blancs

Clos Mireille Blanc de Blancs 2014

Wine & Spirits - Tara Thomas - August 01, 2017

92 Points “Semillon gives this wine an unusually rich texture for a Provencal white. Blended with 30 percent vermentino and aged in cask, it’s smoky and broad, with hazelnut notes on the pear fruit and a hint of tannins. Give it another couple of years in the cellar to develop more complexity, or pour it now with fish in a cream sauce.”

Wine Spectator - James Molesworth - December 01, 2016

90 Points "Brisk and pure, with lemon and lime pith, verbena and talc notes streaming through, picking up a light green almond hint at the end. Distinctive."

Clos Mireille Blanc de Blancs 2014 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - December 01, 2015

91 Points "You can almost taste the nearby sea in this salty, tangy wine. It is very fresh, bright while full in the mouth with apricot and pear flavors. Generous and ripe, the crisp, bright aftertaste melds with the smooth and creamy texture. Drink from 2016."

Clos Mireille Blanc de Blancs 2013 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Spectator - James Molesworth - July 10, 2015

90 Points "Lovely tangerine, white peach and chamomile notes ripple along, carried by finely beaded acidity. The long, elegant finish ripples with a quinine hint. Sémillon and Rolle. Drink now."

Clos Mireille Blanc de Blancs 2009 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - August 2011

90 Points "Produced from the Clos Mireille, within sight of the Mediterranean, this fresh-faced wine shows peach and citrus flavors rounded by ripeness, although with an attractive tangy aftertaste."

Clos Mireille Blanc de Blancs 2008 Archived REVIEWS

Wine & Spirits - October 01, 2010

90 Points "Its pear flavors tinged with a distinct sea salt minerality. Delicate and firm, it's balanced for sole amandine."

Clos Mireille Blanc de Blancs 2003 Archived REVIEWS

Wine spectator - Kim Marcus - August 31, 2007

88 points "Very rich and full-bodied, with flavors of Golden Delicious apple, pineapple, mango and citrus. The spicy finish is accentued by notes of vanilla and honey. Drink now through 2011 "

Decanter - March 2006

4 Stars - Highly Rec "Classy delicate white flower and spice. Nutty and great freshness."

Clos Mireille Côtes de Provence Rosé

Clos Mireille Côtes de Provence Rosé 2016

Wine Spectator - James Molesworth - October 31, 2017

90 Points “This sports a minerally hint from the start, while light savory, white peach, nectarine and white raspberry notes fill in behind. Lengthy, with the mineral edge lingering nicely.”

Wine & Spirits - Tara Thomas - August 01, 2017

91 Points “Marcel Ott bought his seaside estate in 1935; today, it’s owned and managed by Louis Roederer. The vines in its schist soils regularly produce a restrained rose, like this one, elegant in its satin texture, quiet in its stony flavor. A blend of Grenache with cinsault and a dash of syrah aged in oak casks for six months, it needs time in the glass, (or, better yet, another year in the bottle) to reveal its fruit, a blush of apricot flavor that echoes its pale hue.”

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - July 01, 2017

91 Points “From a beautiful estate to the sea, this wine has a lightly salty character. That contrasts with the zinging energy and ripeness of the fruit and balanced acidity. Citrus zest and spice complete this harmonious wine.”

Clos Mireille Côtes de Provence Rosé 2015

Wine & Spirits - Tara Thomas - August 01, 2017

90 Points “Clos Mireille’s 420 acres from the ocean, where sea breezes cool the vines. They seem to have infused this rose with a seashell minerality, a firm, saline flavor that permeates the pink fruit. With a year in the bottle, it’s lean and elegant, a savory rose for seafood.”

JamesSuckling.com - James Suckling - May 16, 2017

92 Points "Wow. Shows so much white-pepper and sea-salt character on the nose with sliced pears and dried strawberries. Complex. Medium to full-bodied, dense and fruity. Some phenolic tension, too. Always a beauty. Drink now."

Clos Mireille Côtes de Provence Rosé 2014 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - November 19, 2015

92 Points "Ott specializes in rosés with weight and alcohol. Everything is so well integrated that they are only a part of a rich, fruity wine that has a dense texture, with spice and generous strawberry fruits. Full and definitely for food, the wine should be aged another few months, so drink from mid-2016."

Clos Mireille Côtes de Provence Rosé 2013 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - July 01, 2014

91 Points "A smooth and rounded wine this rich wine has caramel as well as ripe strawberry flavors. A light touch of saltiness gives extra interest."

International Wine Cellar - Josh Raynolds - June 14, 2014

92 Points "Pale orange-pink. Heady aromas of red berries, blood orange and dried flowers are sharpened by a chalky nuance. Fleshy and broad on entry, then tight in the mid-palate, offering intense redcurrant and raspberry flavors that show very good depth and focus. Becomes chewier on the finish, with the mineral and floral notes echoing. This wine's blend of power and finesse make it supremely flexible at the table, especially with grilled, strongly seasoned seafood dishes."

Wall Street Journal - Will Lyons - June 05, 2014

"One of France's greatest rosés, this sits in the glass with a pale peach color and has a fairly restrained nose. The appeal of this Provence wine is its polished, creamy texture and balanced acidity and dry finish—what good rosé is all about."

Clos Mireille Côtes de Provence Rosé 2012 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - July 2013

90 Points "Full in the mouth, this is a tight, caramel and red fruit flavored wine. It has tang and a textured character that suggests a light amount of tannin."

Clos Mireille Côtes de Provence Rosé 2010 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - August 2011

89 Points "Equally well known for its white, Clos Mireille, close by the Mediterranean, has produced a deliciously balanced, fresh and fruity rosé. The light fruits are dominated by red berries, leading to a crisp finish."

Clos Mireille Côtes de Provence Rosé 2009 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Enthusiast - Roger Voss - September 01, 2010

90 Points "A dusty-textured wine, its fruit like grains scattered over the surface of a fresh crisp structure. The freshness is palpable and so is the depth of flavor. A food-friendly wine."

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé 2014 Archived REVIEWS

vinousmedia.com - Josh Raynolds - April 28, 2015

90 Points "Bright onion skin color. Delicate and restrained on the nose, displaying fresh red berry and citrus fruit aromas and a hint of dusty minerals. Lithe and precise on the palate, with zesty strawberry, redcurrant and tangerine flavors given spine by tangy acidity. Closes taut, dry and long, with resonating spiciness and very good focus."

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé 2013 Archived REVIEWS

Wine & Spirits - Tara Q. Thomas - August 01, 2014

92 Points "From the négociant arm of Domaines Ott this grenache-based rosé is compact and firm, the tangy, pale red fruit tightly bound in vibrant acidity. As it sits in the glass, the flavors expand to herbal scents and ferrous earth, adding to the complexity. It has the substance for an herbed pork tenderloin."

International Wine Cellar - Josh Raynolds - June 14, 2014

89 Points "Light, bright pink. Aromas of fresh red berries and citrus fruits are complemented by suggestions of honeysuckle, mint and chalky minerals. Refreshingly brisk and light-bodied, showing good focus to its strawberry and bitter quinine flavors. Finishes dry and floral, with good clarity and a touch of cherry pit."

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé 2010 Archived REVIEWS

International Wine Cellar - Josh Raynolds - July 2011

89 Points "Pale orange. Bright, mineral-accented aromas of strawberry and orange zest, with a hint of white flowers. Dry and precise, showing very good clarity to its tangy red fruit and bitter citrus flavors. Shows good bite on the energetic finish, leaving behind a cherry note."

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé 2009 Archived REVIEWS

Chicago Tribune - Bill Daley - August 17, 2010

"From France's Cotes de Provence region, a subtle wine with touches of caramel and vanilla on the nose and a coppery berry and lime flavor. Serve with shrimp salad, ceviche, cold poached salmon."

San Jose Mercury News - Laurie Daniel - June 09, 2010

"very pretty, with raspberry fruit and a slight tannic bite."

Miami Herald - Fred Tasker - May 20, 2010

"Crisp, tart and powerfully fruity, with flavors of ripe peaches and vanilla"

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé 2008 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Spectator - Kim Marcus - July 31, 2009

88 Points "This elegant rosé shows berry, melon and red peach flavors that extend nicely into the long, creamy finish."

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé 2007 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Spectator - Kim Marcus - June 30, 2009

86 Points "This minerally rose is redolent of melon, with some tropical notes and a firm spicy finish."

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé 2006 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Spectator - Kim Marcus - June 30, 2008

88 points "This powerful rosé has a big structure and lots of mineral. Concentrated flavors of prosciutto and melon are joined by white pepper on the finish. Drink now."

San Antonio Express-News - Bonnie Walker - August 14, 2007

Recommended "Another favorite of ours has been Domaines Ott. ...[L]ook at another wine, represented by Domaines Ott, Les Domaniers de Puit Mouret Côtes de Provence...if you're looking for a delicate, dry rosé, this is it."

Les Domaniers Côtes de Provence Rosé

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Food & Wine Magazine - August 2005

Recommended Rosé "Delicate and summery."

USA Today - Jerry Shriver - March 25, 2005

Recommended Dry Rosé "Domaines Ott is one of the many rose wines that are gaining popularity with Americans."

San Francisco International Wine Festival - 2005

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Condé Nast Portfolio - Michael Steinberger - August 26, 2008

"Traditionally, the most ambitious rosés came from Provence—Domaines Ott (the rosé that caught the fancy of the Hamptons crowd) has always made one of the best."

Four Seasons Magazine - Melissa Castleman - July 2007

"A lot of our clients are travelling to the Cannes Film Festival every year, and they get introduced to Provence rosés by many of the restaurants, with Domaines Ott almost being the 'official wine' of the festival."--Bob Golbahar, Twenty Twenty Wine Merchants president, commenting on the growing popularity of rosés