Let’s Toast National Rosé Day And Summer With These Delightful Pink Wines
As we have mentioned in the past, National Rosé Day is observed annually on the second Saturday in June. Rosé is thought to be among the oldest wines in history dating back to the 5th century BC. It is generally made from red grapes that complement many types of dishes highlighting different intensities of sweetness levels and dryness. But let’s face it: It somehow manages to bring out the best out of the day. Remember, Rosé all day? So whether you prefer your rosé still or bubbly, dry or sweet, in a deep pink hue or orange, let’s raise a glass to one of our favorite summer sippers. To mark the occasion, we have listed 6 of the best bottles to uncork to enjoy on the holiday and all summer long.
This fruity and crisp wine highlights notes of cantaloupe, white peach, and pomegranate. It pairs well with seafood, or a fresh pasta salad, or on its own. It has a low ABV, so you can sip from sunrise to sunset.
Highlighting aromas of juicy red berries, a hint of spice and a dry, fruity finish, this Vin de France pairs well with pasta, red meat, and dessert. It is also the perfect wine to serve at brunch.
New to the EFFEN vodka family, this Rosé vodka blends the smooth flavors of a classic Rosé wine featuring vanilla and honey to round out the flavored vodka. Mix it with sparkling wine or soda for the perfect summer cocktail.
With the increased interest in mindful drinking this non-alcoholic option is perfect for gatherings. Martinelli’s sparkling blush is made from US grown fresh apples. It is crisp and refreshing with notes of raspberry.
The perfect wine, no matter the occasion. Hampton Water is crafted with the precise blend of Grenache, Cinsault, and Mourvèdre grapes. Definitely pick up an extra bottle because this one goes quickly!