Domaine Ott, Les Domaniers Rose wine review and food pairing

    Domaines OTT Les Domaniers RoseDiscovered during the week at Costco for slightly under $16.00

    Having lived in France on and off for eleven years and experienced many lazy Saturday terrace lunches I was happy to rekindle the memories after a few sips of the wonderful rose.

    Great with charcuterie, light cheese and tomato/mozzarella salads.

    You may be aware of the famous Domaine Ott Bandol Rose and while this does not approach the “Mother Wines” in terms of taste or cost it sets the table for that lunchtime petit repas.

    Worth trying at the price.

    Hope you like it.

    PS – Clint and StarkSilverCreek staff: Love your Loreto section. You are my first to follow on Twitter

    Their web site is:

    www.domaines-ott.com/en/nos-vins/v_mir_domaniers.php

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    • not a fan

      yuck- i am not sure if it went bad as the cork bled half way up- but there were crystals on the bottom of of the bottlle and it tasted like vinegar. i brought it to a friends party and was highly embarrased. would not recommend.

    • not a fan

      yuck- i am not sure if it went bad as the cork bled half way up- but there were crystals on the bottom of of the bottlle and it tasted like vinegar. i brought it to a friends party and was highly embarrased.
      would not recommend.

    • not a fan

      yuck- i am not sure if it went bad as the cork bled half way up- but there were crystals on the bottom of of the bottlle and it tasted like vinegar. i brought it to a friends party and was highly embarrased.
      would not recommend.