Copper tinges. Deep, complex nose, combining ripe fruit, dried fig, ginger bread, touches of wood. Structured, full on the palate, ideally straightforward, elegant. An immensely stylish rose to drink anywhere, any time.
99/100 Point by GILBERT & GAILLARD
Food Pairing : LAMB
Light orange colour. Elegant, complex nose opening with notes of red fruit, dried fruit and just a hint of citrus. Superb mouthfeel blending a silky, melted texture, ethereal fullness and pervading freshness.
94/100 Point by WINE SEARCHER
Food Pairing : LAMB
Grand Gold Award by MUNDUS VINI 2010
Fresh strawberry and raspberry on the nose. Medium body, hint of yeast in the background accompanied by a complex bouquet of rose petals and wild white flowers with a clean crisp finish.
89/100 Point by WINE SEARCHER
Food Pairing :SEAFOOD AND GAME
A good fine mousse, with lifted notes of grapes and pears. Bright, lively and refreshing.
86 Point by WINE SERCHER
Food Pairing: Meaty and Oily Fish
Commended Award by INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2016
Pink with amber highlights color. a lively, intense bouquet of red fruits ( wild strawberry, raspberry, cherry). Fleshiness and firmness of peach, juicy, persistent intensity of berries.
91/100 points by Wine Spectator
88/100 points by Wine Searcher
Bronze Award by INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2016
Food Pairing : Lamb
The wine is a blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah.
On the eye there is the effervescence of a good Champagne, but with a deeper red color.
On the nose are aromas of strawberry and blackcurrant.
On the palate there is a sweet, fruity finish.
Luc Belaire Rare Rose is best served as an aperitif or with poultry or fish. It is also great in cocktails!
Pol Roger only produces the Brut Rosé in vintage years. The wine is a blend of 50% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay vinified blanc from 20 1er and Grand Crus in the Montagne de Reims and Côte des Blancs regions. The remaining 15% is Pinot Noir that has been vinified “en rouge” and then added to the final blend prior to the second fermentation.
This elegant fusion of Merlot, Pinot Nero and Sauvignon is the fruit of a selection of vineyards groomed with this wine in mind. The congenial blend of the three grape varieties culminates in an elegant cuvée rosé that harks back to the good old days of ‘Bel Star’ a term meaning a good place to stay in the local dialect, typical of the 1950’s.