Ott, Château Romassan Bandol Rosé 750ml 2017

France, Bandol
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The elegant design of Domaines Ott’s bottles was created by René Ott in 1930 and is still their signature bottle today. The gentle curves are inspired by the hills, shorelines and landscapes of Provence.

Blend: 55% Mourvèdre, 25% Cinsault and 20% Grenache

Tasting notes:
'Bright orange-pink. A complex bouquet displays ripe, mineral-accented red berries, citrus fruits, nectarine and pungent flowers, along with a subtle and exotic touch of honey. Offers palate-coating strawberry liqueur, blood orange and lavender flavors that unfold and deepen steadily on the back half. The pit fruit quality sneaks back in on and impressively long, penetrating finish that shows excellent clarity and powerful mineral thrust.' – Josh Raynolds, Vinous, 93/100

'With the Bandol's very own Mourvèdre dominating the blend of this wine, it has a spicy character, with layers of tannins as well as rich red-currant and berry fruits. It's a complex wine, offering pure fruit but with elegance and a rich aftertaste. Drink from late 2018.' – Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast, 93/100

'The fine, delicate nose is both fresh and vinous. It develops aromas of citrus fruit, vineyard peaches and white flowers. The palate is elegant, dense and silky. This wine exudes delicious aromas of grapefruit and red berries combined with excellent tension and refreshing notes of liquorice that linger on the finish.' – Winemaker

About Domaine Ott:
In 1896, Marcel Ott bought several estates in Provence with the goal of reconstructing the vineyards (after the destruction from phylloxera) and creating quality wines from the noble grape varieties. Today, Marcel’s descendants, cousins Christian and Jean-François Ott, run the three estates – Château de Selle, Clos Mireille and Château Romassan. The 74-hectare Château Romassan estate, located in Bandol, grows primarily Mourvèdre grapes with Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah also grown in smaller quantities.
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Bottle Size 750ml
Style Rosé
Country France
Rating VIN 93
Drink To Drink or cellar
Price R525.00
Producer Ott
Region Bandol
Variety Blend
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