Season after season, rosé has earned its place as one of the most sought-after sips under the sun. On a warm summer day, a chilled glass of rosé is often the drink of choice for even the most discerning wine drinker. Perfect for those blue skies and dreamy summer sunsets. Nothing is more appealing, elegant and sexy than sipping Rosé All Day.
We have tasted some of the season’s best rosés to come up with this list. We’ve gathered our favorites from around the globe, from sparkling to still. These spectacular rosés come in a spectrum of pink hues and are crisp, bright, and refreshing. They leave you thinking, that this is what summer sipping is all about.
Here Are 20 Rosé Wines We Are Loving This Summer
Planeta Rosé 2021 (SRP $21) – Sicily, Italy
Planeta Rosé is fresh and fruity, representing all the feelings of a Sicilian summer. Its color is that of a summer sunset. The fresh aromas of strawberries make it a marvelously friendly wine that is easy to drink. Enjoy Planeta Rosé in good company, as an aperitif with tapas, raw fish, fresh salads, or alone with seasonal fruit.
Josh Cellars Rosé ($15) – California, USA
The Josh Cellars Rosé is bright with aromas of fresh strawberries, white flowers, and stone fruits. On the palate, the wine is light-bodied, dry, and bursts with citrus, white peach, and strawberries, finishing with a crisp, mouthwatering finish. This is the perfect summer aperitif.
AIX Rose Vin De Provence 2021 (SRP $22) – Provence, France
Drawn from one of Provence’s most celebrated terroirs, AIX is created to be the purest possible expression of what a rosé wine can be. A hypnotizing salmon pink color with notes of strawberry, watermelon, peach, and subtle floral hints. Discover its distinct minerality and its long precise finish.
Castello Di Cigognola Gian Marco E Letizia Moratti Rosé Brut 2015 – Lombardy, Italy
The Moratti Cuvée Rosé Brut 2015 of Moratti Castello di Cigognola is an elegant sparkling wine from Oltrepo Pavese. This delicious sparkling wine is produced from Pinot Nero, a signature grape variety of the region. It has a bright bouquet of vanilla and spice. A wonderfully balanced sparkler with notes reminiscent of red fruits.
Chapoutier Belleruche Côtes du Rhone Rose 2021(SRP $18) – Rhone Valley, France
Belleruche translates to “beautiful beehive” in French, a name that takes inspiration from the bees and hives that thrive in the sustainable vineyards of M. Chapoutier. An expressive wine with aromas of apricot, fennel and floral scents. The wine’s roundness is a perfect match for its freshness and the finish reveals subtle notes of aniseed.
Rabble Paso Robles Rose Wine (SRP $20) – Paso Robles, California
Your ultimate wine for the poolside, backyard BBQs and binge-watching Netflix. Rabble is a deliciously dry rosé of Syrah with Bright aromas of strawberry, grapefruit and watermelon rind. The wine is punchy and crisp on the palate, with luscious fresh fruit flavors. It is an any-day, anytime comfort wine, best paired with great friends and good times.
Bertani Bertarosé 2021 (SRP $18) – Lake Garda, Italy
Bertarosé is a historic Bertani wine produced since the 1930s. The excellent microclimate in the inland hills of Lake Garda, combined with expert use of the varieties blended and rigorous care in the vineyard, enables Bertani to produce this fresh and well-balanced rosé. The result is a wine that is fruit-forward, crisp, with good structure and vibrant acidity.
Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé Champagne (SRP $90) – Champagne, France
The Brut Rosé is a fresh and elegant Rosé Champagne blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir. The bubbly has a radiant color with graceful effervescence and a persistent mousse. Subtle and fine aromas lead to an expressive red berry flavor with citrus zest. Creamy and smooth on the palate, this Champagne is light, balanced and precise. The best pairing for any happy occasion!
Château des Ferrages Roumery Côtes de Provence Rosé 2021 (SRP $21) – Provence, France
Château des Ferrages Roumery is fresh, well-balanced and smooth. This rosé is full on the palate. Enjoy it chilled as an aperitif or paired with all summer-time dishes. Its refreshing acidity makes it a perfect pairing with a platter of charcuterie, salads, pizza and pasta.
Jean-Luc Colombo Cape Bleue Rosé 2021 (SRP $16) – Provence, Italy
The Cape Bleue Rosé is built upon innovation, passion, and dedication to winemaking. From the stony, limestone vineyards nestled in the hills above the bay of Marseille near Provence comes Cape Bleue Rosé – a wine of pure elegance and freshness that is a certain match for those crisp, cool, fireside evenings.
Saracina Rosé of Grenache 2021 (SRP $20) – California, USA
Saracina is truly a hidden gem; this 400-acre ranch includes a winery and sustainably farmed vineyards and is home to 140-year-old olive trees, vegetable gardens, beehives, alpacas, wild boar, and more. This is a well-structured Rosé with bright acidity and a mouthwatering finish. Best consumed poolside with family and friends!
Beronia Rosé (SRP $13) – Rioja, Spain
This Spanish Rosé from Rioja is a 50/50 blend of Tempranillo and Garnacha and is a soft, pink quartz color. The Beronia Rosé is elegant and aromatic on the nose, with a floral bouquet and distinct notes of cherry and rose petals. On the palate, the wine is brimming with ripe, berry fruits. The finish is fresh and balanced with great length. A perfect wine for a lazy summer afternoon.
Bouvet Excellence Brut Rosé (SRP $17) – Loire Valley, France
Bouvet is a sparkling wine that is 100% Cabernet Franc with notes of fresh raspberries, red currant, and peach. Bouvet Rosé Brut exhibits a brilliant, delicate salmon-pink color punctuated by fine, pinpoint bubbles that suggest the wine’s fresh, raspberry and cassis fragrance. On the palate, it is dry and crisp, with plump, succulent red fruit flavors offset by subtle earthy notes and a lovely generosity on the clean, persistent finish. Perfect for your next summer picnic.
Chateau Bonnet Rosé (SRP $18) – Bordeaux, France
Chateau Bonnet has delicate aromas of red cherries with floral and herbal nuances from the 50/50 blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. It is a light-bodied rosé with food-friendly acidity and a long finish. This wine is best served chilled and enjoyed on a warm summer day with fresh alfresco fare.
Benziger North Coast Rosé 2021 (SRP $26) – California, USA
The 2021 Benziger Rosé is a delightful blend of grapes sourced from North Coast AVA vineyards. Crisp and well-balanced, this wine bursts with fragrant citrus blossom aromas and delicate strawberry essences, reminiscent of warm summer days.
G.H. Mumm Champagne Grand Cordon Brut Rosé (SRP $72) – Champagne, France
Embodying a passionate personality, Mumm Grand Cordon Rosé expresses an intense, fruity character with rich aromas of wild red and black berries, typical of the Pinot Noir grape variety cultivated in Maison Mumm’s legendary vineyards in Champagne. A bubbly that is at once light, intense, and fresh. Elegantly structured, it delivers flavors of fragrant summer fruits and a long, bright finish, balanced by the succulent sweetness of red berries.
Ferraton Père & Fils Samorëns Cotes du Rhone Rosé 2021 (SRP $15) – Rhone Valley, France
Samorëns is a classic French rosé from the Rhone Valley. There is a fresh and lively attack on the front, displaying freshness and roundness with aromas of red fruit and spice. This rosé has great minerality on the finish. Enjoy it chilled as an aperitif or paired with light summer fare.
The Château d’Aqueria Tavel Rosé 2020 (SRP $26) – Tavel, France
Château d’Aqueria Tavel Rosé is a serious wine that can be cellared up to five years. The 2020 has a beautiful intense color that is typical of Tavel. It is bright red in hue, reminiscent of the color of strawberries. Aromas of red fruit and spice exude from the glass. Notes of raspberry, strawberry and pepper fill the mouth. The wine is big and bold on the palate with great texture and complexity. The bright acidity makes this a gastronomic wine that can be paired with every course of a meal.
Fleurs de Prairie Rosé (SRP $20) – Provence, France
A blend of Grenache Noir, Syrah, Carignan, Cinsault and Mourvèdre, the Fleurs de Prairie translates to “wildflowers,” and belongs at your next picnic. Light-bodied and bright, this wine is the perfect companion to a meal or as an aperitif – and it just might be the prettiest thing on your blanket.
Generations of the Saget family have worked to create their signature Saget La Perrière wines. This rosé was made with Pinot Noir, a fragile and demanding grape. It is an uncommon rosé that is best drunk young, full of fruit and freshness. With notes of sour cherry, raspberry, and gooseberry with hints of spiciness, it is a lively and original wine that will leave you longing for more.
The Pale by Sacha Lichine (SRP $16) – Provence, France
Named after its transparent Pink Color, The Pale by Sacha Lichine embodies all the characteristics of an authentic rosé from Provence. It is expressive both inside and out and bears great aromatic freshness on the nose followed by more subtle fruity notes on the palate.