The 2015 M. Chapoutier Belleruche Cotes-Du-Rhone Rose’ has 13,5% alcohol, the maximum for a Rose’, cost under $15, and has peaked at three years. Strawberry and red cherry aromas rise with some floral notes. The wine scored 15+ points on the Dionysian scale of 20.
The Belleruche is always a good buy and a fine food wine.
I should mention that I drink Rose all year long as an opening wine, or as one of three with a meal. I consume the ones from Provence the most. In Vino Veritas.