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Rosé All Day: Our Favorite Warm Weather Wines

Written by: Andrea Tudor

Rosé All Day: Our Favorite Warm Weather Wines

Warmer weather is right around the corner (we hope!) and that means it's finally time to fill your glass with bright, crisp, refreshing rosé

Don't let the pink hue of rosé fool you -- they are not sweet like white zinfandel. Rosés are made from red grapes with the skins removed, so you get the best of both worlds: the rich dark fruits of a red with the bright refreshing acidity of a white.

These are our top 5 picks of the most flavorful and easy drinking rosés to sip on this season!


Cantaupo Il Mimo Rosato

This tasty wine has a delicate color depth and is made from 100% Nebbiolo, making it a richer more full-flavored rosé with notes of raspberries, strawberries, and currents. Pairs great with food -- especially pizza and pasta -- and you can't beat the price! $9.99


 

Bieler Pere et Fils Rosé

A beautiful blend of five varietals makes up this easy drinking rosé  from Provence. It's light and refreshing with flavors of strawberries, cherries, and spice. It pairs well with most foods, including ham or roasted chicken. The screw top makes it a great option for summer adventures. $10.99


Gobelsburg Schlosskellerei Cistercien Rosé

This wonderful, flavorful rosé is a great one for the beach. It has loads of fruit on the nose including green & red apples, strawberry, and zesty citrus. The palate is fresh and dry with appetizing fruity flavors. Perfect for relaxing and sipping on its own, or enjoy it with your summer picnic spread. $15.99

 

Pico Maccario Rosato

This well-balanced rosé is smooth, silky, and dry with a light fruit taste. Perfect for summer, and great with grilled seafood, fresh vegetables, and Jersey tomatoes. $15.99

 

Wolffer Estate Summer in a Bottle Rosé

This sought after rosé truly lives up to its name! It's complex and balanced with loads of fruit flavors that complement the wine’s natural vibrant acidity. It shines alongside hors d’oeuvres such as smoked salmon, lobster, shrimp, carpaccio, and soft cheeses, and it can also complement main-course fish and pork dishes. $24.99


*Prices reflected are correct as of 3/25/2019 and are subject to change after that date.


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