2015 Domaines Ott "Château de Selle" Côtes de Provence Rosé (375ml)

SKU #1270053 92 points Vinous

 Light, bright orange. Potent, mineral-accented citrus fruit and red berry aromas, along with a suave honeysuckle flourish. Silky and expansive, offering juicy strawberry, tangerine and lavender pastille flavors and a deeper suggestion of white peach. Ripe yet lithe, with the mineral and floral elements carrying through. Impressively long, focused and seamless finish. (JR)  (6/2016)

91 points Wine Enthusiast

 The pale rosé color doesn't detract from this concentrated, ripe wine that offers yellow fruits, orange zest and spicy flavors. Pure acidity gives intense freshness and an impressive depth of flavor. The wine will be better after more aging, so drink from late 2016. (RV)  (7/2016)

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Alcohol Content (%): 13