Our summer essentials? Sun, fun, and plenty of rosé. Now is the time to start thinking and drinking pink. We've rounded up our favorite rosés for all those summer parties, barbecues, and brunches. Plus, get our favorite recipes featuring rosé—because there's no such thing as too much wine. Cheers!
These are the bottles (and cans!) that we'll be bringing to all our summer gatherings, whether at the beach or barbecue.
SAVED "Magic Maker" Rosé 2016 - $15 First we liked the look of this gorgeous rosé bottle. Then we fell in love with its light and dry taste.
2016 Long Meadow Ranch Pinot Noir of Rosé Anderson Valley - $25 You'll want to tote a bottle or two of this to your next summer dinner party. Its lightly sweet fruit flavor had us coming back for sip after sip.
Underwood Rosé Bubbles Can - $7 Forget what you thought about wine in a can. This bubbly rosé is delicious, elegant, and travels like a dream. Take it to the pool, the park, or any summer party.
M de Minuty Rosé 2016 - $19 This pale pink rosé is our quintessential outdoor summer picnic drink—light, refreshing, and just a touch sweet.
Sterling Vineyard Vintner's Collection 2016 - $14 Perfect for the next time you cook outside, this bright rosé is delicious with grilled chicken and veggies. It's also sippable on its own, while you're grilling.
Winc's 2016 Ruza Cans 3-Pack, Rosé - $14 We are obsessed with the tiny bubbles in this easy-to-drink rosé. The slim cans are perfect for popping in a cooler and taking to the beach.
Tank Garage Winery's Stars Like Ours Rosé - $18 Floral, fruity, and sweet are some of the words used to describe this crisp rosé. We can sum it up in one—scrumptious.
Perfect for lazy Sunday porch sitting and Friday night grilling, these summer sips are the ones we'll always have on hand.
ONEHOPE California Rosé – $18.99 Easy to drink and filled with fruit flavor, this is one rosé you can feel good about drinking. Every bottle helps educate 50 women on their risk for ovarian cancer.
Guigal Côtes du Rhône 2016 Rosé - $14.99 From grilled chicken to charcuterie, this pink rosé tasted good with just about everything we tried.
Santa Margherita Sparkling Rosé - $21.99 Sometimes you just need a little sparkle. This crisp, fruity rosé turns any Tuesday night into something special.
La Crema Monterey Pinot Noir Rosé - $20 We couldn't get enough of this rosé. It's balanced, fruity, and everything you could want in a summer sipper.
Pop that bottle! These festive rosés are reason enough to celebrate.
2016 Meiomi Rosé - $24.99 Make that next girls night something special with this dry rosé. A glass pairs perfectly with apps like charcuterie platters and cheese plates.
Barrymore by Carmel Road Rosé of Pinot Noir - $18 This wine should be toasted with friends. It's delicate fruit flavors are perfect for every palate.
Cambria Rosé of Pinot Noir - $25 Celebrate endless summer with this dry rosé. A bottle is our perfect pairing for any party with friends.
Veuve Clicquot Non-Vintage Rosé - $60 Sometimes things are worth the splurge. Toast your best girls with this stunning bubbly rosé champagne.
Winc's 2016 Summer Water Rosé - $15 The name pretty much sums it up. Summer = rosé season. We loved this dry rosé chilled and served up on the patio.