By the Mediterranean Sea, vines and excellence are grown in this domain neighbouring Fort Brégançon, the summer residence of the Presidents of the Fifth Republic. Marcel Ott, one of the fathers of the Côtes de Provence, has shaped Clos Mireille. Three generations have succeeded him as head of the domain, and the ambition he had brought here along with its expertise is still relevant today: to make great wines.
The cellar of Clos Mireille welcomes the production of the two other Ott domains: Château de Selle in Taradeau and Château Romassan, located in Bandol. It is a great opportunity to taste the three rosés and thus concretely measure the differences between the three major soils of Provence. Each wine has its own personality; it’s up to you to choose the one that suits you the most.
Le Clos Mireille looks like a paradise with its beautiful stone buildings, manicured gardens, pine forests and vineyards sloping down to the sea. It even houses three coconut trees, very rare specimens in the Var, which have been planted there over two centuries ago. Their old age does not prevent them to deliver their annual batch of coconuts, a real treat indeed!
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