Sea, Sun, Rose!
The world has turned pink!  




   
Domaines Ott's  
Chateau de Selle

This famous rose is arguably responsible for putting rose on the map.

The story started in 1896 when Marcel Ott searched throughout France for a spot to make his rose wine.  Ott decided upon Provence in the beautiful south of France.  By 1912, Ott was able to purchase his first vineyard called Chateau de Selle.  It was in the 1930s that the distinctive bottle was designed by Ott's son.  The bottle was modeled after a clay amphorae used to store wine in ancient times.  Everyone that loves Ott, loves the bottle too!  Many others followed in Ott's footsteps leading to the creation of the Cotes de Provence appellation.

Domaines Ott describes the blend of grapes used in the Chateau de Selle as Cabernet Sauvignon which lends the wines a complexity, elegance and magnificent strength, Grenache which gives them a full-bodied texture, Cinsault which adds a delicately rounded touch, while Syrah gives the blends their rich color.



 Miraval
Cotes de Provence

This famous winery has a storied and 
star-studded past and present.

Miraval sits at the foot of Via Aurelia - an extensive route built to facilitate the expansion of Rome in the 3rd century BC.  In the 14th century, it was home to members of the French Court.  In 1970, the jazz-pianist and composer Jacques Louissier became the owner and turned it into a recording studio where Pink Floyd, Sting, Sade and other musicians recorded their music.  As we all know, today's famous owners are 
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

Together with one of the leading French wine producing families, the Perrin family, 
Miraval produces high quality wines without  herbicides, pesticides and chemicals.  This rose is also in a bottle with a very beautifully distinctive shape.



Wolffer Estate Vineyard

Originally a Long Island potato farm and 
now, world class wines are produced on this land.

Just a few miles away from us, Wolffer produces wonderful roses that are synonymous with the Hamptons.   The flagship dry Rosé is a lovely blend of six varieties and exudes pure and fresh aromas of peach and pear.   Summer in a Bottle is a complex and balanced Rosé with loads of flavors and fruit complementing the wine’s natural vibrant acidity.

Once again, Summer in a Bottle is bottled in 
an amazingly distinctive bottle!