Belaire Rose

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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.

 

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