Hooray, National Rosé Day! National Rosé Day is on June 13th this year and June is the perfect time to sip and celebrate this refreshing wine.
Some facts about rosé:
- The pink shade of rosé wine depends on the amount of time the grape skins were in contact with the juice, also known as maceration.
- Rosé may be the oldest known type of wine, believed to have been created around 7000 BC with red and white wines coming a few thousand years later.
- Rosé is best consumed within 2-3 years of its release and not meant to be aged.
- Unlike Blush wines which are semi-sweet, rosé is a dry wine.
To help you celebrate your penchant for pink, we’ve put together a list of affordable and delicious rosé wines for you to enjoy!
A blended delight, this highly-drinkable, crisp rosé features light notes of rose petals, raspberries, and lavender.
With delicate flavors of strawberry, rose petals, and herbs, the bright refreshing acidity makes this rosé a perfect companion to a meal or as an aperitif.
Crisp, dry, and darn delicious, this versatile wine is perfect for kicking back at barbecues or casual dinner parties.
Built for pairing with fresh fruits, salads and seafood, this rosé tastes as good as it looks.
The perfect wine to sit and sip outside with its fresh fruit flavors and wonderful aromas of strawberry and watermelon.
Subtle strawberry, red cherries, and wispy aromas of rose petals lead the way in this creamy rosé featuring just a touch of sweetness.
Delicate notes of strawberries and currants open to crisp, rich flavors of red apple and spiced vanilla with this fresh and lively rosé.