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Luc Belaire Rose

Top 10 Sparkling Wines 2012

Luc Belaire Rose is made via the Charmat method, blending Syrah, Grenache and Cinsault

Luc Belaire Rosé
Provence, France

Produced according to the Charmat method and aged in steel tanks for six months, this French rosé is a blend of 90 percent Syrah, 5 percent Grenache and 5 percent Cinsault. A 100 percent dosage of Syrah outfitted it with a deep pink hue. It’s an easy-drinking, fruit-forward and elegant wine from the south of France.

Rating: 13.5/20

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