CHÂTEAU DE SELLE (Côtes de Provence) – est. 1912
CLOS MIREILLE (Côtes de Provence) – est. 1936
CHÂTEAU ROMASSAN (Bandol) – est. 1956
Located in the Côtes de Provence appellation, CHÂTEAU DE SELLE, the 18th century home of the Counts de Provence, was the first property acquired by the Ott family in 1912. The winery is perched high on a plateau, enjoying abundant sunshine and an arid soil.
It was Provence that inspired the iconic bottle shape for René Ott. The landscape is what guided René as he carved the design that was to embody his vision.
CLOS MIREILLE was acquired by the Ott family in 1935. The estate’s picturesque seafront location is known for its mix of shale and clay soils; the schistous soil dates back some 340 million years. The microclimate and the sea spray provide highly favorable conditions for both the rosé and the white wines.
CHÂTEAU ROMASSAN was acquired by the Ott family in 1956 and lies at the foot of the village of Le Castellet in the heart of the Bandol appellation. The property was entirely remodeled and re-planted over a 30-year period. The estate’s country house dates back to the 18th century and its cellars have superbly vaulted ceilings.
CHRISTIAN OTT | Co-Director
JEAN-FRANÇOIS OTT | Co-Director