10 Rosé Wines Perfect For Summertime Sipping

10 Rosé Wines Perfect For Summertime Sipping


Ah, the glorious season of rosé wine is upon us! Rosé wines have grown tremendously in popularity over the past few years, with the Hamptons completely running out of rosé at times! Pink hued wines can be made from essentially any black or red skinned grape, with the range of expressions so vast there truly is a rosé to suit every palate. We rounded up our top picks, ideal for summertime sipping on the beach, poolside, or in an overwater bungalow.


Barefoot Rosé

This affordable bright pink rosé is perfect to serve at a bachelorette party getaway in the Caribbean. It is slightly fizzy with delicious tropical flavors of watermelon, strawberry and sweet cherry. ($8)

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Marqués de Cáceres Rioja Rosé

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This rosé has a hint of sweetness which underscores its earthy and crisp qualities, making it a great poolside companion. ($9)

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Ruffino Sparkling Rosé

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No rosé wine roundup would be complete without a bubbly option. This one from Ruffino is affordable and bursts with notes of strawberry and has a refreshing aftertaste. This is a perfect wine to cool down with while watching the sunset over the ocean. ($13)

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Rosé All Day

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We just had to include this one! Aside from its super cute name, this budget-friendly rosé is crisp and refreshing and it definitely deserves a spot in your beach cooler. ($13)

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Ciro Rosato

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From the coast of Calabria, this wine is made from 100% Gaglioppo, a heritage varietal of the region that you won’t find planted elsewhere. It has a bold and bright fruit punch hue and spicy notes at the start. You will taste many raspberry notes along with traces of redcurrant and tobacco. ($15)


Tasca Regaleali Le Rosé

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For those who prefer a darker and richer rosé, this Sicilian wine is for you. It is a dark Salmon color and has notes of blackberry and raspberry. This wine is classy and elegant making is a perfect companion for an overwater bungalow vacation. ($17)

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Psagot Rosé

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Hailing all the way from Israel, Psagot’s rosé is a real treat. Made from Merlot, Syrah and Petit Syrah, this rosé is crisp and refreshing with hints of citrus and forest fruit. It is an easy wine to drink while relaxing by the pool. ($22)

Bonus: you can plant your very own grapevine in this winery through Wine on the Vine, an organization which allows for the virtual planting of grapevines in top Israeli wineries.

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Marshall Davis Rosé

This dry yet fruity small batch rosé, which sold out in five weeks last year, is back again. This time, the winery produced 350 cases in hopes the wine lasts a little longer so be sure to snatch some up for your beach getaways now! It is made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes. ($23)

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Mumm Napa Brut Rosé

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This soft and fruity bubbly rosé is just as delicious as some of its French champagne cousins but way more affordable. It is made from both Pinot Noir and Chardonnay with a pretty coral pink color perfect for sipping after snorkeling (where you hopefully saw some gorgeous coral reef too!)  ($24)

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Cenyth Rosé

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This 100% Cabernet Franc rosé has notes of wild strawberries, roses, apple, raspberry, lavender and honeysuckle on the palate delivering a bold taste that quenches your thirst as you dance the night away at a beach party. We also love its beautiful art-inspired label. Cheers! ($25)

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