After all, National Rosé Day is June 9 (and today happens to be National Wine Day)… and we are staunch believers of going all out for this massively important holiday. Read on for our favorite rosé wines.
If this bottle looks like artwork, that’s because it is. This limited edition rosé bottle, available in high-end wine shops across New York, Florida, and California (most can ship nationwide) was designed by artist
Everyone’s favorite Instagrammable (and made-for-millennials) wine bottle comes courtesy of Yes Way Rosé, a lifestyle brand whose wine boasts minimalist packaging and South of France origins. Ever since
One of California’s foremost vineyards, Sterling Vineyards is also the purveyor of one of our favorite US-grown rosés. This particular bottle blends floral and fruity notes and is meant to accompany any seafood dishes you plan on enjoying this summer, such as fresh oysters or scallops.
Another California wine definitely worth the buy? Anything from Josh Cellars, but particularly the brand’s pink wine. It’s super light and more on the dry side—ideal for anyone trying to steer clear of sickly sweet wines (and the inevitable ensuing headache). Pair with cheeses for an outdoor
Perfect for an aperitif, this crisp rosé is refreshing and fruity, with notes of citrus and strawberry. If you aren’t someone who frequently says things like “notes of citrus and strawberry,” just know that it’s a perennial favorite of team Domino’s and goes well with pretty much every summer activity you might have planned. And at under $20, it’s super affordable, too.
Don’t balk at the price tag: $350 sounds like a lot (and it is), but this subscription actually evens out to less than $20 a bottle… plus, free delivery means no last-minute runs to the wine store. Over three months, you get the equivalent of 18 bottles of the Instagram-worthy (and delicious) “Summer Water”—including a shipment of the adorable “droplet” bottle, which is perfect for taking the party to go if you’re headed to a day on the beach or a barbecue.
Not feeling the subscription? Winc members can
This Wolffer Estate wine delivers on its promise. We’ve yet to find a summer wine that lifts spirits in quite the same way. Whether that’s due to the scrumptious fruit notes, or the bottle that is essentially a work of art, we’re not quite sure. Either way—you’ll want to buy two.
Known to sell out by September, this wine, much like its cousin Summer In A Bottle, is one of the most drinkable wines of the summer. We hear it tastes even better if you drink it outdoors, but you’ll have to test that theory and tell us…
This extremely well-priced wine won’t break the bank, but it will keep you company on a patio during a warm summer’s evening. This medium-bodied wine is perfect for pairing with whatever you’re grilling at the moment.
This ultra-dry rosé goes well with your next
This story was originally published August 7, 2015. It has been updated with new information.
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