Powerful and refined, an alluring Côtes de Provence white wine
In 1896, Marcel Ott, a young agricultural engineer from Alsace, settled in Provence with the ambition that this vineyard, greatly impacted by phylloxera, could produce fine wines. Today, the Ott family still perpetuates this know-how in order to produce a range of rosé, red and white Provence wines from three estates, Château de Selle, Clos Mireille and Château Romassan. Created by René Ott in the 1930s, the iconic and unmistakable Domaines Ott* bottle mirrors the quality of these fine Provence wines.
In 2004, Domaines Ott* joined the Louis Roederer house.
Vinification and ageing
BY OTT Blanc 2021 by Domaines Ott* is a Côtes de Provence wine that stems from a rigorous selection of grapes. The grapes are then received in the new Château de Selle cellar, before being sent to the vat room that is exclusively reserved for the production of this By Ott wine.
Domaines Ott*’s BY OTT White 202: Characteristics and tasting tips
The wine is a brilliant pale yellow with subtle green highlights.
Harmoniously combining power and finesse, the nose blends fragrances of mango and vine peach with notes of pine tree sap and acacia.
A fresh attack gives way to a mouthful of delicious lemon aromas. Perfectly balanced, this wine seduces the palate with its fullness, leading to a smooth and aromatic finish.