Rosé wine has become a summer, and really a year round, staple in our world. It’s refreshing, food-friendly and perfect with all of summer’s most casual and fancy occasions. Here are some favorite bottles and pairings.
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Warm weather and sunny pool days have us pretty much constantly craving a good bottle of rosé. Celebrate summer with delicious rosé wines from Rioja with Tempranillo and Garnacha grapes as the stars of each sip.
We love rosé wine. There have been bottles that have truly wooed us, and others that have bored us to tastebud death. This quick guide is here to help you take the guess work out of choosing your next bottle of rose. Check out these three actually good French rosés that are all less than $15.
In their quest for producing excellent wines that best represents their land and philosophy, Sensi Vini added a new wine label that they have dedicated to women.
Want to bring kombucha into your nightlife too? We understand. Check out their delicious recipe for a spritzy rose kombucha with rosé wine and berries to make a rosé berry sangria.
St. Tropez’s iconic winery Chateau Minuty has released their latest vintage of the beloved M de Minuty rosé in a new, beautiful bottle design. It’s just the thing to bring to a party or give as a gift.
Try this delicious match of Cipresseto Rosato wine and a tasty variation of the Florentine Tuscan meatballs with spinach and Ricotta cheese.
Rosé a bit too timid for your taste? Or maybe you’ve had your fill? This young red wine, served slightly chilled is a great wine for summer.
Relaxing al fresco while enjoying a fun antipasto next to an inviting glass of Italian rosé is what summer is all about. Easy and delicious.
Light and airy mini pavlovas are perfect to eat by hand alongside a glass of chilled rosé wine. A delicious summer treat!
Having just released this spring, Ah-So Rosé is the first canned wine to come out of Spain. Check out our thoughts on this 100% estate-grown sipper.
A unique cookie recipe for you that’s perfect for the late spring and early summer. These Linzer Cookies with Strawberry Rose Jam are sure to impress.
Also known as frosé, this frozen strawberry basil rosé is a perfect cocktail to sip on warm days.
Sweet, spiced and floral, this date challah is braided with a sweet cardamom filling complete with rose water. It’s a show-stopping presentation, too!
A creamy, rich and decadent mascarpone risotto with peas, mint and prosciutto served with a glass of rosé from Beaujolais.
One sip of this strawberry rosé slushie and you’ll get why they’re all the rage. It’s cool, refreshing and fruity.
Served over pasta in a garlic and herb broth made with rosé instead of white wine, this simple mussel recipe is something you will make over and over again.
Does rosé make you think of sunny spring days and summer patio sessions? It’s time to change that! Check out this Italian wine that is complex enough for the cooler months and heavier dishes.
With a hint of gin, this cocktail is a warm weather refresher. Honey, rosewater, and cardamom spruce up the citrus for an elegant party drink.
We’ve jumped on the rosé bandwagon, and even if the current trend may one day fade, we will forever be on board with a glass of rosy wine. Here’s one of our favorite bottles for a great price.
On a warm day, inexpensive rosé on its own is refreshing, but add gin and fresh grapefruit juice and you’re set for the summer.
Sweeten up your summer with a cool gelée dessert made with a floral rosé wine and simply topped with whipped cream.
This pink, fruity cocktail is made with a mint-infused honey syrup, gin, pomegranate juice, fresh fruit and topped with a sparkling rosé. A perfect summer refresher.
We love rosé wine for spring and summer celebrations—it’s light, refreshing, and it looks so festive. This season, try one these pink cocktail recipes, featuring all the goodness of rosé.
Rosé is the perfect glass for summer weather and foods and it will please both your red and white wine drinkers. Discover favorites that are so affordable.
A true crowd pleaser, a Jack Rose is a sweet and sour combination not unlike candy, with lemon juice, pomegranate syrup and applejack.
Celebrate the Moms in your life by cooking a three course brunch with a fun bottle of rosé to match each dish.
A new spring season is upon us. Try these tested and approved appetizers and wine pairings perfect for your seasonal parties.
Always sip-able and sometimes bubbly, a good rosé can go a long way. We found two affordable, quality rosés to enjoy throughout a delicious oyster evening.
Stop, smell, toast and imbibe in a sparkling rosé from Italian producer, Ruffino, just in time for the blossoming spring weather.
Raspberries and rosewater make an elegant cupcake that isn’t overpowering and still feels special and beautiful, even though it is gluten free.
A gorgeous rosewater chiffon cake with beautiful aromas soaks up a fresh strawberry glaze that perfectly pairs to create a sweet, light summer dessert.
Enjoy the fragrance of wild roses and summer in this rose sangria with rosé wine and elderflower liqueur. A great way to cool down and appreciate the season.
The yogurt based drink takes a hint from spring with sweet strawberries, plus receives an addition of cardamom and a splash of rosewater.
Vegan and gluten-free, this tart with a deliciously thick coconut-rose pastry cream filling is a feast for the eyes, too.
For New Yorkers who avoid their cramped kitchens, Rose Bakery is a home away from home. The menu excites with blended cuisines and polished presentations.
Fresh rose petals, dipped in chocolate, then frozen, sweet, bite-sized delights. A perfect dessert garnish or a romantic surprise.
Lychee and rosewater sorbet is a beautiful gluten and dairy-free treat.
Nice to see and nice to eat, these steamed rose buns truly are food for your eyes.
This is a tasty treat-of-a-refreshing beverage and once you’re finished drinking it, you get to enjoy the rosé-soaked fruit.
This ice cream fits in perfectly with the weather. It’s rich and creamy yet soft and delicious with the scent of cardamom and yellow tint of saffron.
Try this decadent rosewater and pear cheesecake from Gabriella Iancu.
Here’s a rose water trick to turn basic freezer jam into something fabulous.
Welcome to the first installment of the new Honest Cooking column, Fresh Press with The Crush. A wine column for pros and amateurs alike.
A combination of lychee, rose, and raspberry in a light, fluffy pudding cake.
Rose petal jam and ice cream is one of the most addictive combinations you can sink your teeth into.
John Nevado with the perfect summer salad to share in company of good friends and lots of rosé wine
The King Of Roses is back with a deliciously romantic Rose Petal Kimchee hors d´oeuvre recipe.