About The Wine
Traditional, dry, salmon-pink Rose from a beautiful part of Provence. Only wish we could drink it in a quiet, shady village square.
It's 100% Grenache, and comes from the Mediterranee IGP, which is essentially Provence. It's delicate and fine, easy-drinking and inexpensive, and has the strawberry and peachy fruit weight to elevate it from the oceans of competing Rose.
There's even a touch of stony minerality on the dry finish. Yep, smash this with impunity.
About La Belle Pierre
La Belle Pierre wines are tremendous value releases made the cooperative Les Vignerons Beaucarois in the south of France, located on the border of Languedoc and Provence, close to Arles.
The cooperative has existed since 1914 - it now comprises some 85 different growers and over 500 hectares of vines, with Grenache, Carignan and Caladoc the main varieties. The vineyard stretch across both Languedoc and Provence!
Delicious, dry Rose is their raisin d'etre...