Summer is officially here which means rosé all day and the need for the best rosé wine for summer. Summer is the one time that I trade my tried and true red wine for a light and bubbly rose. Keep reading to see what I’ll be sipping this summer!
1). Le Vigne De Alice Ose Vino Spumante Brut – Sparkling Rosé from Italy. If Prosecco and Rosé had a baby this would be it. It’s a delicious blend of fresh and macerated cherries, white peach, salvia, and apple blossoms, with hints of balsam and leather. I dare you to open this bottle and not finish it!
2). Domaine de Triennes Rosé– Rosé from Provence, South of France. It’s flavor notes are strawberries and white flowers with hints of vanilla. The perfect grab and go to a dinner party companion.
3). Rodney Strong Rosé of Pinot Noir – Rosé from Sonoma, California. This rosé is a favorite from my trip to Sonoma Valley. I love the bright color and blend of white peach with floral jasmine notes. The perfect pinot for summer!
4). Hampton Water Wine – Rosé from the South of France. It’s a clean and fresh blend of cherries, strawberries, and watermelon with a dry refreshing finish. As the name suggests, it goes down like water. Unlike the name this suggests, this is actually made in France, which explains the great taste. Reach for this bottle when you want the feeling of the Hamptons at home.
5). Summer Water – Rosé from Central Coast. Another famous “water rosé” with quite a cult following. Summer water is a summer classic for good reason. It’s easy, breezy, and widely available (even from FreshDirect). Snag a bottle of for an anytime California style sip.