Cheers to rosé season!!!! Wear your favorite flattering wide-leg linen pants, put on a pretty pair of sandals, and head outside to drink a glass of rosé in a cool unbreakable stemless wine glass. Rosé wine is one of my favorite types of wines because they are so easy to drink and pair with just about anything. Here are our favorite rosé brands to try for the boat, for a party, to open with a BFF, for an elegant dinner party, and for the random Tuesday.
Rosé wine has been gaining popularity over the years. It’s easy to see why when you look at its unique flavor profile. Find out more about these popular rosés!
Rosé Wine Pairings
Rosé wine is made by adding red wine grapes to white wine, which gives it its pink color. It has a light flavor that pairs well with food.
Try rosé with
- Seafood dishes like salmon, shrimp, scallops, and crab
- It pairs well with light salads as well
- Goat Cheese + Crackers
Rosé Wine Tasting Tips
If you’re looking for a new rosé wine to try, here are some tips to help you find one that will make you happy. The more you taste, the more you’ll be able to pick out wines you know you’ll love. First, choose a variety based on what you like. Next, consider the region. French rosè tends to be dryer, while California can be a little bit sweeter. Finally, think about where you plan to drink it. You might enjoy a light rosé wine more than a full-bodied one.
If you’re looking for a wine to pair with food, try one of these rosés. If you love rosé wine as much as we do, then you’ll definitely enjoy our list of the top rosé wines brands. We’ve included recommendations for both red and white varieties, so there’s something for everyone.
The Best Rose Wines for Spring + Summer
Here are some of my favorite rose wines for summertime drinking.
Rosé brands at Target
From California to France, these rosés are some of the best you can find at Target.
- Chateau d’Esclans Whispering Angel Rosé Wine ($24.99) is from Provence, and one of the most popular rosès on a wine list. Tastes like berries and peaches, but this is a dry wine and not sweet. You can find it for less than $17 at Total Wine, if you’re looking for a deal.
- Sofia Coppola Rosè Wine ($16.99) wins for most elegant bottle. If you’re having a party, consider opening a bottle of Sofia. Not only will the bottle compliment your decor, the wine is beautiful.
- Josh Rosè ($14.99) is a great wine to keep chilled in the fridge. Light, citrus-y, and bright – this is a porch pounder that you and your guests will love.
In conclusion, these rosé wines are ideal for enjoying during warm weather months. Whether you prefer dry or sweet varieties, they’re all delicious! If you love rosé wine, then you’ll love these brands. They’re all made by producers who use traditional methods to make their rosés.
Rosé lovers, check out these fun gifts for friends who love rosé