Below are grape varieties that conform to AOP Bellet classification. Varieties identified in black are red (also called “black”) grapes and those in green are white grapes.
The proportion by grape variety (specified below) refers to the percentage of the total area of the vineyard that must to be planted with a specific variety (referred to as encépagement). Some AOP/AOC regulations will also specify a proportion of the blend (referred to as assemblage) for a given color of wine in order to be classified as an AOP/AOC wine.
COLOR OF WINE  PRINCIPAL VARIETIES  SECONDARY VARIETIES  NOTES: 

AOP « Bellet »  
Red  Braquet, Fuella Nera  Cinsaut, Grenache  The proportion of principal varietal must be greater than or equal to 60 % of the total.
The proportion of Cinsaut must be less than or equal to 15% of the total. The blend proportion of grapes or wine must be in the same proportion as was planned for the plantings. The assembly between vintages is not allowed.

Rosé  Braquet, Fuella Nera  Bourboulenc, Blanqueiron, Cinsaut, Clairette, Grenache, Mayorquin, Ugni Blanc (locally called Roussan), Vermentino  The proportion of principal varietal must be greater than or equal to 60 % of the total.
The proportion of Cinsaut must be less than or equal to 15% of the total. The proportion of the combined total of Clairette and Vermentino must be less than or equal to 10% of the total The proportion of the combined total of Blanqueiron, Bourboulenc, Mayorquin and Ugni Blanc must be less than or equal to 5% of the total. 
White  Vermentino  Blanqueiron, Bourboulenc, Chardonnay, Clairette, Mayorquin, Muscat à Petits Grains, Ugni Blanc (locally called Roussan).  The proportion of principal varietal must be greater than or equal to 60 % of the total.
The proportion of the combined total of Blanqueiron, Bourboulenc, Mayorquin, Muscat à Petits Grains, and Ugni Blanc must be less than or equal to 5% of the total. 
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