''The Belleruche Blanc is complex and elegant with aromas of apricot, fennel, and floral scents." 91 Points, James Suckling
Although Rhône is most famous for it's reds, Côtes-du-Rhône Blanc, made from Grenache Blanc (White Grenache) has long graced the lunch and dinner tables of French families. Yes, it's the type of wine the French drink. White Grenache, has refreshing flavors of floral, citrus, herb and anise. It reminds me of a well rounded and very creamy Chardonnay.
Not only is your friendly European Wine Store folk raving on about this wine, so is Anna Iijima of Wine Enthusiast Magazine who wrote "the 2019 Cotes du Rhone Belleruche Blanc is a sumptuous sip.''
James Suckling have also got in on the act and wrote: ''The Belleruche Blanc is complex and elegant with aromas of apricot, fennel, and floral scents." 91 Points
''Whispers of smoke and hazelnut accent fresh, cutting white peach and pear in this full-bodied yet zesty dry white. Predominantly Grenache Blanc, it’s a sumptuous sip given lift and edge by smaller proportions of Clairette and Bourboulenc. The finish is intensely mineral.'' Anna Iijima, Wine Enthusiast Magazine
So this is your chance to buy a fantastic white blend from one of Rhone's most prestigious estates. You struggle to see Australian producer's making such wines for less than $20 and dare I say many of those more expensive offerings from Australia won't get close to this one. Grab a few bottles, you won't be disappointed, it's a fantastic French white!