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 recognizable Domaines Ott* bottle mirrors the quality of these fine Provence wines.
In 2004, Domaines Ott* joined the Louis Roederer house.
Domaines Ott*'s Clos Mireille "Rosé Cœur de Grain" 2021 is a Côtes de Provence wine that stems from grapes harvested on a very old terroir. Resting on shale soils the vines benefit from a maritime influence.