It’s rosé (and/or frosé) all day season y’all. Summertime is here and that means that we’re sipping on all of the ice-cold pink wine we can get our hands on!
With #NationalRoséDay around the corner, we thought we’d share with y’all our favorite bottles of rosé that actually taste good and won’t break the bank.
Please note the prices listed below will vary by your location and store.
Summer Water Rosé
Central Coast, California – $19.99
Ok so we might be a little biased on this one because we are obsessed with the name ‘Summer Water’ and the bottle is so freakin’ cute. Most importantly, this wine is perfect for a hot summer day in the South. Summer Water is dry, light and crisp — with notes of strawberry, pink grapefruit and white peach. This bottle of rosé is definitely on the higher end, so we suggest you save this one to #treatyourself and your best babe.
Veneto, Italy – $11.99
Scaia is a well-balanced and fresh Italian wine, made with Rondinella grapes. This tangy & fruity wine has floral aromas of roses & raspberries. We love Scaia because it’s a very light summer wine. It’s perfect to drink at the pool on a hot AF day!
Oregon – $14 for a bottle, $28 for a 4-pack of cans
Underwood Rosé is unpretentious and meant to be enjoyed during all sorts of occasions. With notes of strawberry, watermelon, and peach, this is a wine is the perfect drink for outdoorsy activities. Plus, did we mention they also sell it in a can? Rosé all day, packaged in every way!
Whispering Angel Rosé
Côtes de Provence – $16.99
Kind of basic. WE KNOW! This brand went from unknown to the world’s most popular rosé in less than a decade. This wine is a blend of Grenache, Rolle, Cinsault, Syrah, and Mourvedre grapes. Whispering Angel Rosé is pale pink in color and the aromas are fresh and fruity. Prices on this rosé vary; your local grocery store will usually have it for a pretty good deal. Bring this to a summer house party, to the pool, or drink it when you’re binge watching Bravo.
Mionetto Rosé Extra Dry
Valdobbiadene, Mionetto – $14.95
This sparkling rosé is the result of soft pressing of red grapes. Mionetto Rosé is known for its intense fragrances, like holding an edible bouquet of violets, raspberries, strawberries, and wild flowers. We find this wine to be on the sweeter side so if you like fruity, floral and sweet, this one is for you. Snag a bottle of Mionetto Rosé to celebrate a special occasion this summer!
What are you waiting for? Run to your grocery store and stock up for Saturday’s National Rosé Day celebration.
And in case you need more inspiration to celebrate this wonderful day,
Watch this video by Benito Skinner
If you’re in Houston – buy tickets to Hotel Derek’s Rosé All Day Event!
Tickets for the event are $25.00 + tax, and include access to the pool during the hours of the event, music, games, door prizes, and rosé provided by Babe Rosé. Treat yourself to a staycation while you’re at it 😉
If you’re in New Orleans – check out Claret Wine & Cocktail Bar
Located in the Lower Garden District, you’ll be able to choose from over 25 wines by the glass, 30 domestic and imported craft beers, and seasonal craft cocktails. Claret also has wide-ranging charcuterie program planned by Executive Chef Marcus Woodham!