If you thought the summer of rose was so 2022, think again. These brands have new releases in bottles (and cans!) that’ll have your party covered all season long.
Francis Ford Coppola Diamond Prosecco Rose
Don’t know what to kick the festivities off with? This is the best of both worlds. Serve this sparkling bottle chilled to get flavors of strawberry, cherry, and citrus. Imported directly from the Prosecco DOC in Italy, this Prosecco Rose is made from select grapes grown in the northeastern region, between the Adriatic Sea and the Dolomite Mountains. Pair it with an appetizer or fresh salad.
Sourced from a 100% Rio Vista Vineyard located in the Sta. Rita Hills appellation of California, this rose is 100% barrel fermented and aged for 5 months in neutral French oak. You’ll get aromas of orange marmalade, strawberry, cherry, vanilla, and grapefruit — plus flavors of citrus, cherry, strawberry, cranberry, and orange. Pair it with charcuterie, grilled salmon, or pork tenderloin.
This is a blended rose featuring Tempranillo (59%) and Syrah (41%) grapes grown exclusively for rose production. You’ll get flavors of watermelon, blood orange, and raspberry. Directly pressed for cold fermentation and aging in stainless steel, the price point reflects that only 396 cases were produced.
Get picnic ready with perfectly portioned mini bottles that also make a perfect hostess gift. The crisp rose has flavors of raspberry, strawberry, apple, peaches, and rose petals. The grapes were all organically grown in the South of France and are a mix of 45% Merlot, 37% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 18% Pinot Noir.
This canned rose is sourced from Black-owned Bodkin Wines and features flavors of berries and citrus blossoms. It is a bone-dry, lightly bubbly option made from 100% Zinfandel and sourced from family-run, sustainably farmed vineyards in Northern California. It was recently awarded 90 points by Wine Enthusiast.
While not technically a traditional rose (it is actually a French aromatized aperitif wine), it is a great option for rose lovers. This French import has been made in the village of Podensac, in the heart of the Bordeaux region, since the 1800s. It is a blend of wines and fruit infusions with flavors of red berries, orange blossom, and grapefruit. Drink it on the rocks or as a spritz with equal parts club soda and Lillet Rose.