Luc Belaire Luxe Rosé - A sparkling Rosé you can rely on.

Photography: Luc Belaire Luxe Rosé

Photography: Luc Belaire Luxe Rosé

There is no question that Luc Belaire Luxe Rosé is a sparkling Rosé with a dominant flavour of strawberry, which is no bad thing by any stretch of the imagination.

This is the kind of sparkling wine you purchase when you’re looking for a premium experience, without spending an excessive amount of money on a prestigious, world renowned brand & that’s where Luc Belaire sits in the market.

Sovereign Brands are the manufacturer/producer of Luc Belaire and Bumbu Rum, with their flafship Rosé, Luc Belaire Rare Rosé, suddenly appearing in the spotlight like a David Copperfield magic trick, and with ambassadors Rick Ross and DJ Khaled, it’s easy to see why their alcoholic beverages have gained the attention the producers were surely dreaming of.

Aside from a strong marketing strategy, the sixth generation wine makers at the Maison, established in 1898, offer a drinking experience well worth its price tag. Luc Belaire Luxe Rosé combines strawberry, raspberry and a slight touch of wood, yet prominently berry that’s distinctively light on the palate. My friend, Stride, is a wine connoisseur & we drank this bottle together only a few days ago on the eve of my birthday. He immediately commented that it should have been more chilled than it was (whoops!) & that some fresh fruit would have been a great accompaniment (some useful tips). Nonetheless, he assured me it was a good sparkling wine, perfect for a summers evening.

As with all Sovereign Brand bottles, the Luc Belaire Luxe Rosé does not disappoint. It’s perfect for any gathering, on your own to make yourself feel important/special (that’s usually me) or to be gifted. It has an elegant pink tint due to the colour of the wine and has a weighty, solid feel when you pick it up, giving you that sense of value and reassurance, but most importantly, for those that are aware of the logo, bragging rights are most certainly included.

I have now completed the entire range of Luc Belaire wines, and although my Luc Belaire Brut Gold review would complete the set, I’m hoping a secondary purchase will be made in due course, so I reach the inevitable finish line.

If you do purchase any of the Luc Belaire wines, please do comment down below the one/s you’ve tried and what your thoughts are & if you’d like to see a review of a specific wine or alcoholic beverage, comment down below & I’ll do my best to make it happen!

Thank you for reading & I hope to see you on the next.

Photography: Luc Belaire

Photography: Luc Belaire