Forget what you know about pink wines: refreshing rosés are the ideal finishing flourish for a day in the springtime sun. Pretty in the glass and perfect on the palate, these versatile wines pair incredibly well with salty snacks, cheese plates, farm-fresh salads and more. We’ve hand-selected an assortment of rosé wines from around the world that are so light, so brisk and so delicate that—when served perfectly chilled—they’re sure to make you blush.
La Vieille Ferme Rosé
This classic, customer-favorite blend of Cinsault, Grenache and Syrah grapes from the slopes of France’s Mount Ventoux produces a fruity but bright rosé. Serve chilled alongside summer salads or as an aperitif.
Chateau de Campuget Rosé
From Southern France, this Chateau de Campuget Rose has an intense peony pink color. Its bouquet is very aromatic, exhaling scents of small red fruits such as raspberries or black currants. Serve with summertime meals around the pool, with fresh salads or ribs at a barbecue.
Coppola Sofia Rosé
Feminine and stylish, with a perfume of fresh strawberries and lavender, this California rosé explodes with ripe, juicy flavors of cherry, raspberry and citrus. A refreshing wine reminiscent of popular dry rosés served in seaside cafes along the French Riviera, it’s crisp, delicate, and elegantly fruity with just a kiss of spice on the finish.
NEW! Gerard Bertrand Cote des Roses Rosé
A wine that celebrates the Mediterranean lifestyle, this pale-yet-vibrant rosé is designed to be beautiful. From the vineyards to the bottle design, no detail has been overlooked. Fresh summer fruits sparkle under aromatic florals, and on the palate, it drinks fresh, full and balanced.
NEW! DeMorgenzon DMZ Cabernet Rosé
From South Africa, dark berries and pomegranate couple with big tannins to make this a sip with substantial heft. With a lighter, lingering finish, this mouthwatering wine is a must-have for garden parties or sunset sipping.
Uncork (or uncap) a fresh rosé at your next celebration for a sip that’s worthy of our most vibrant season, and share your favorite rosés below.