By Rashmi Goel
It wasn't that long ago that finding a decent rosé at the market or on a wine list was like finding water in the desert. There are so many choices now that you'll be dizzy before you even take a sip. The massive flow of rosé makes it seem like this blushing imbibing is now, but it's not. Most people think rosé is a mix of red and white wine. In reality, rosé wine gets its pink color from grape skins. It is possible to press the grapes directly or let the juice sit on the skins for a few hours. Leaving them longer will result in darker pink rosé. A variety of rosés are available, including Provence, Grenache, Sangiovese, Syrah, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, and more. There are many types of rosé, but most have a bright, crisp flavor, with notes of red fruit, flowers, citrus, and melon. The perfect pairing for rosé is spicy foods, barbecue, sushi, seafood, and salads.
This is a list of affordable Rosé Wines
A fun and unique rosé from the Umpqua Valley, miles away from the Willamette Valley, where Dolcetto, Malbec, and Grenache are grown. Whatever it is called, this exceptional Rosé is sure to capture your attention. The palate reflects the aromas of strawberry, watermelon, and grapefruit, with tangerine notes added. Its sweet-tart flavor is complemented by its juicy fruit and crisp acidity. Throughout the year, you can enjoy it. Meat and fish go well with it.
A number of grape varieties are grown in the Rhône, including Grenache, Syrah, and Cinsault. This blend consists of all three. Just to the west, in Provence, these varieties also grow. Instead of light salmon-hued wines, we get big, round, and juicy rosés like this one. Its casualness is what makes it so successful. This rosé has an intense and bright color—aromatic notes of red berries (raspberries, red currant). The wine displays a lot of freshness and roundness with aromas of red fruit (strawberries, raspberries). The finish is very mineral-rich. The dish is ideal when paired with fish that has been herb-crusted or white meats that have been grilled.
The oldest and most prestigious winery in Washington is Chateau Ste Michelle. A variety of grape varieties are used in the company's wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Chardonnay, but Riesling makes up the bulk of the company's offerings. There's a fair amount of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, along with a little Grenache in this American rosé. It gives off classic Cab peppery notes, which are unique for this hue, as well as a little menthol. Peaches and strawberries add a great balance to the wine, making it a good brunch wine. If served with food or on its own, this versatile and flavorful wine is a pleasant choice. Serve with pasta and rice dishes, grilled fish, and a variety of cheeses.
Located in Castilla y Leon, Spain, Godelia is a wine producer. This wine is one of the most unique produced by the winery. There is a lot of experimentation hidden behind its apparent simplicity. It's a wine with a lot of character and a delicate taste. This wine has great minerality and complexity that require a very high-quality grape and great sensitivity in its preparation. Considering its singular nature, it is likely to be produced in very limited quantities. The wine has a pale pink color with bluish reflections, a sweet nose, and floral aromas, including rose petals, jasmine, and violets, as well as hints of red fruits. On the palate, it is smooth and elegant, very fresh and persistent. Fish and shellfish are excellent appetizers.
In Paso Robles, California, USA, Epoch Estate Wines produces its lightest and most delicate wine. A wine made exclusively from red grapes intended for use in making Rosé, and inspired by southern France's Rosés, the majority of this wine is Mourvèdre, with Grenache and some Syrah. It enters the palate like a cool breeze, instantly exciting the senses and calming the world outside with its delicate, impactful, irresistible, and dreamy characteristics. The nose is filled with crisp peach, nectarine, lychee, subtle rose, key lime, and farm-fresh strawberry/rhubarb, which smoothly flow into the mouth and end with a crescendo-like burst of acid, flavor, and texture that will entice you to drink more. It goes well with seafood, spicy food, appetizers and snacks, desserts, and aperitifs.
By creating sophisticated rosés at a value level of quality, Sacha Lichine has once again redefined the category of Provence rosés. The Pale by Sacha Lichine embodies all the characteristics of an authentic rosé from Provence thanks to its transparent, pink color. Contains a great deal of aromatic freshness on the nose and is expressive inside and out. Notes of peach and pink grapefruit are subtle and fruity. With its colorful and playful label, it pairs perfectly with its elegant palate. A bone-dry wine, The Pale has an undeniably creamy finish with undeniable elegance. This wine is great with bruschetta, salads, and green vegetables.
Infused with floral and berry aromas, the Y Series Sangiovese Rosé is a light, bright, and dry blend made from the classic Italian variety Sangiovese. It depicts a dragonfly on its label. Dragonflies symbolize a healthy environment and the planting of native flowering shrubs throughout our vineyards to reduce pesticide use. This vibrant pink color is reminiscent of watermelon. Cinnamon and flowers blend with luscious strawberry sorbet and a hint of tarragon to create the perfect sweet and savory dessert. There are flavors of strawberry, pink grapefruit, and rhubarb on the palate. There's nothing like a zesty, moreish finish to get you wanting more. This dish is best served with grilled rockmelon wrapped in prosciutto, tomato prawn skewers with tarragon, spiced cashews, or tomato and basil bruschetta.
The Angels Ink wines reflect stylized winemaking with a multicultural appreciation of individual expression and rosé's free spirit. Wine ink created elegant works of art with a reverence for the spiritual side of humanity during the Renaissance. It is this perspective that drives their winemakers to produce Rosés that are at their best and most expressive. Rosé's bright, boisterous nature is immediately apparent from its inviting aromas of candied strawberry and watermelon. With a fresh strawberry and honeydew melon flavor on entry, with exotic notes of key lime and crème fraîche on the palate, this wine is long on fresh strawberries and honeydew melon. An acidic note tempers the fruity depth of this wine, which is medium-bodied and slightly rounded in mouthfeel. This drink is perfect for pool parties, fresh salads, and fish tacos.
It Aromatic notes of red fruits and citrus fruits, such as pink grapefruit, along with delicate floral notes, create a very fresh and elegant aromatic profile. No chemicals are used in the production of Ventessa. Their sunny days promote optimal aromas, their cold nights preserve acidity, and their Ventessa wind speeds up grape ripening without increasing sugar levels, producing crisp flavors and naturally lower alcohol levels. It is vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free, non-flavored, and non-transformed. Ideally paired with fish dishes, as well as delicate first courses. Also perfect as an aperitif.
This pretty Provencal pink has something so wonderfully classic about it. From the blend of Grenache, Cinsault, and Syrah, this wine is completely juicy and quenching. It is the perfect blend of the inimitable personality of Provence and the freshness and expression of Berne-style rosé. Inspire embodies their perfect mastery of Côtes de Provence terroirs through a subtle alliance of fruitiness and finesse. The Starbright is a classic Provence pale pink with coppery hues. This mouthwatering, tart aroma includes grapefruit, citrus blossom, and strawberries. In the early morning, it's like strolling through a lavender field in Provence. The wine is excellent with roasted chicken with lemon and herbs de Provence, vegetarian meals, seafood pasta, cioppino, and grilled lobster.
It's a dry, aromatic, refreshing wine that reminds us that Rosé isn't just for summer days; it's a versatile wine that's worth reaching for all year long. Pale salmon in color, bright and clear. This rosé is made mostly of syrah, is whole-cluster pressed, and fermented like white wine, displaying a beautiful salmon color and hints of bright red fruit, crisp apple, and subtle herbs. Mid-palate flavors are lemon and chamomile flowers, along with muted strawberry and raspberry fruit. There are lingering notes of red fruit and herbs on the finish. Try some grilled shrimp or pesto pasta during the summer. Pair it with an artisan charcuterie platter during the cooler months. You can enjoy it year-round with a fresh green salad with strawberries, fennel, radish, sugar snap peas, and walnuts.
Provence's idyllic, sun-washed coastal shores and fragrant, floral hillsides are captured in Fleur de Mer Rosé. It opens with a generous aroma of white peach, citrus, wildflowers, and herbs. With notes of crushed watermelon, raspberry, wild strawberry, and minerality, this is a classic Provençal style. Featuring a delicate and soft texture on the mid-palate followed by a refreshingly crisp and memorable finish. A good pairing for this wine would be salads, seafood, light pasta dishes, white meats, lighter red meats, and mildly spicy Asian or Mexican dishes.
New York's Finger Lakes Region is home to Anthony Road Wine Company, which produces wines that reflect its soils and climate. Martini Family vineyards grow grapes for their varietals, which are made from grapes grown there. Their wine selection is diverse, and they invite you to share what they think of as an everyday celebration of life with them. Enjoy the panoramic views of Seneca Lake as you stroll through their garden and have a picnic on their lawn. A bouquet of cherry blossoms, cherry, flowers, herbs, watermelon, and nectarine flavors are present. Chicken and turkey go well with it.
The pleasure of a good rosé is undeniable- crisp, fresh, and quenching without being frivolous or one-dimensional. Choosing carefully grown vines and using minimal winery intervention is the key to Pico Maccario's success. In the final wine, the Maccario brothers believe that healthy, clean Barbera fruit should always be the dominant voice. The aromas of wild strawberry, watermelon, cranberry, fresh-cut grass, and river stone greet the nose and palate. There is a refreshing, but modest, backbone of acidity supporting a velvety mouthfeel. Freshness and cleanness are left on the palate after the dry, balanced finish. Fresh, in-season ingredients such as tomatoes and vegetables pair well with Lavignone Rosato's bright, fragrant aromatics. A salt-baked red snapper with coconut rice or an evening on the back patio, Lavignone Rosato has it all. From a salad of farfalle pasta with fava beans, cherry tomatoes, and spring onion to a cool salad of farfalle pasta, fava beans, cherry tomatoes, and spring onions.
Wines from the McBride Sisters Collection reflect the terroir of their youth, with flavors that appeal to a wide range of palates. There is no end to the rosé season for them. Featuring mouthwatering fresh stone fruit and citrus flavors and aromas of raspberry and orange blossom, this sophisticated dry rosé has a delightful acidity. Chocolate-covered strawberries, grilled fish dishes, and your holiday feast pair perfectly with this gorgeous, bright, and fresh wine. Pale pink color. Pomegranates and crisp apples dominate the nose, as well as loads of fresh red fruits. A complex hint of rhubarb and citrus notes accompany strawberry and raspberry flavors on the palate. This wine has a long and mouth-watering finish, which echoes the aromas that greet the palate. A holiday feast would not be complete without chocolate-covered strawberries, grilled fish dishes, and other holiday favorites.
Across four estates, Segno represents three decades of expertise and understanding of our region. Fresh oregano, mint, pine, and orange zest notes abound, with flavors of cherry juice and tangerine zest, and a pleasingly gentle tannic dryness at the finish. Its freshness and pairing versatility make this wine essential on dining tables. A delicious Rosato with a deep coral-pink color and aromas of flowers and spices. This is a popular dish on Calabrian tables and is the perfect accompaniment to cured meats and antipasti, eggplant parmigiana, grilled fish, white meats, and mildly spicy dishes.
Minuty M Rosé 2021
It's Pleasure, Provence, and Minuty all in one. Its natural and easy-going vibe makes it pure pleasure. With grapes selected from every terroir of the Designation, from the seafront to the hinterland to Sainte-Victoire, it is pure Provence. Its intense aromas and light flavors reflect the winery's style. With its aromas of tangy berries and tropical fruit, the blush wine is an instant hit. The flavors are refreshing and zesty, with hints of herbaceous and zesty notes on the palate. Any time, anywhere, the M vintage is perfect. Summary salads like tomato and mozzarella or salade niçoise pair well with them, and the seafood menu includes shellfish and prawns, and starters that are pan-seared.
Featuring sustainably produced rosé, you can enjoy chilled luxury every day. Developed in the limestone and clay soils of "Green Provence", Out East Rosé pairs perfectly with summer breezes, breathtaking sunsets, and close friends. A pale, soft pink color. An aromatic blend of white peach, cantaloupe, and citrus zest, enhanced by hints of white flowers and baking spices. Fresh notes of citrus, white peach, berries, and spice complement its bright minerality. It goes well with Mediterranean dishes, seafood, and lamb.
In a Maison whose history dates back to 1898, Belaire Rare Rosé is crafted by 5th and 6th-generation winemakers. It is one of the most exquisite sparkling wines in the world, with an extraordinary taste and a beautiful, deep pink color. A rich bouquet of red fruit precedes an elegant palate of strawberry and black currant, creating a balanced balance of aroma, taste, body, and finish. Syrah, Cinsault, and Grenache are three of the best Rosé grapes in France, blended with a 100% Syrah dosage for the perfect effervescence. A good match for salmon, mackerel, swordfish, monkfish, and tuna.
Horse Heaven Hills AVA within the Columbia Valley is home to Columbia Crest winery. The first release was made in 1984 after the company was established in 1983. Black raspberry and watermelon flavors are dominant in this Rosé wine. There is a lingering finish of wet stone and cranberry on the palate. Finished with a crisp and long finish, this flavorful wine is full of flavor. This wine pairs well with Bruschetta, Light Pasta and Rice Dishes, Grilled Fish, and a Wide Variety of Cheeses.
Designed for sophisticated wine enthusiasts who appreciate all things extraordinary and timeless, the Chloe Wine Collection is a perfect choice. Chloe Wine Collection wines showcase exceptional fruit from some of the world's most renowned wine-growing regions, crafted by winemaker Georgetta Dane. Featuring a light and elegant style, Chloe Central Coast Rosé is a dry, bright, and delicious wine. A crisp and well-balanced wine with bright acidity and a refreshing finish, with notes of fresh strawberries, raspberries, and watermelon on the nose and palate.
The Mediterranean lifestyle is celebrated at Cote des Roses. A Mediterranean coast stretches along the Languedoc appellation. Hard limestone and schist dominate the soils in Languedoc, along with gravel transported by rivers. With its rose-shaped base, the bottle is original, designed by a young designer from the Ecole Boulle. It can be given in the same manner as a bunch of roses! Grenache, Syrah, and Cinsault are the three grape varieties. As the robe ages, it develops orange-toned nuances, as well as bluish tints. There are aromas of summer fruits, cassis, and redcurrants in the bouquet. There are floral notes of rose combined with hints of grapefruit in this fragrance. There are notes of candy in the finish, which is fresh to the palate. A great balance and aromatic persistence are evident on the palate, and the impression is both fresh and full. It's a good match for shellfish, subtly spiced dishes, and as an aperitif.
The Mouton Cadet brand has been synonymous with audacity and exacting standards since 1930. In an expressive, seductive wine, Mouton Cadet consistently combines quality, prestige, and expertise. Baroness Philippine de Rothschild maintains, modernizes, and expands the family company that bears her father's name around the world. In the Rosé de Mouton Cadet, raspberry, redcurrant, and fresh notes are evident. Shiny coral pink in aspect. Fruity and fresh notes such as strawberries and raspberries dominate the nose. A wine with fruitiness, density, and freshness that seduces the palate. It has a lively finish that enhances the fruit's expression. The wine goes well with summer salads, grilled chicken skewers, oriental dishes, and provencal dishes.
A blend of aromatic grapes, including Moscato and Ancillotta, is expertly balanced by our Wine Master with berry-rich acidity and orange zest. With its gentle berry sweetness, delicate floral notes, and citrus acidity, this spumante is an elegant aperitif or dessert wine. The saltiness and acidity of seafood dishes can elevate the vibrant fruit notes of this wine, making it suitable for an al fresco meal or aperitif. Steamed mussels, squid marinated in lemon, or even simple smoked salmon spritzed with lemon would be good pairings.
In Luján de Cuyo, in the coldest part of Agrelo and Perdriel, are the vineyards. There are large boulders found in the deep soil that was originally from the Mendoza River thousands of years ago. Featuring the unique expression of the Malbec grape as a Rosé wine. This Rosé has aromas of fresh red fruits like cherry and strawberry with subtle notes of spice and pepper. It has a medium body and a balanced palate. Brunch foods like mushroom quiche or waffles topped with strawberries go well with this.
It is made with grapes from highly regarded vineyards in northeastern Italy. Prosecco Rosé is a sophisticated made primarily from the Glera grape, the grape used in all Prosecco wines, blended with Pinot Noir. Featuring strawberry notes and hints of rose petals, Ruffino Prosecco Rose is fresh, fruity, and fragrant. With elegant bubbles and refreshing acidity, this rose wine offers alluring flavors of delicate red berries and white fruits that linger on the palate. With grilled fish, roasted chicken, or mixed greens salad, this bubbly rose makes an excellent aperitif.
Russian River Valley Pinot Noir makes a beautiful and delicate rosé, as can be seen in this rosé of Pinot Noir. The wine is a beautiful light salmon color and opens up with aromas of tangerine, pink grapefruit, strawberry, raspberry, and rose petal. Fresh fruit flavors of citrus and red berries with a tropical twist lead to a smooth, juicy, and tangy finish with a crisp mouthfeel. Sip on it all summer long for a perfect warm-weather wine. It pairs well with chicken, prawns, risotto, and salmon.
Rosé wine blending is an art, and Santa Margherita is proud to share this delicious masterpiece with you. There will be no end to the number of times you invite this surprisingly satisfying wine to your gatherings. A blend of white wine made from Chardonnay and Glera grapes and a red varietal, Italian Malbec, creates a pale pink wine with a bouquet of pleasant floral aromas and hints of red berry. This wine's flavor is delicate, yet vibrant and well-rounded, and it remains on the palate after drinking it. The perfect aperitif for brunch, desserts, antipasti, seafood, and intensely flavored dishes. Serve it with savory Italian appetizers, seafood Thermidor, paella, or exotic, spicy East Asian dishes.
French rosé wine Maison No. 9 is straight from the sun-drenched Mediterranean coast. Founded by Post Malone, Maison No. 9 combines best-in-class wineries with a Mediterranean lifestyle and rosé. Every bottle embodies the French Riviera lifestyle. Freshly picked pineapple, pear, and strawberry aromas meet hints of sweet French desserts once uncorked. The sleek, slender, all-glass packaging of Maison No. 9 is easily recognizable by the soft, light “Provencal Pink” color. This wine has a crisp, clean finish that is balanced and round. It is perfect for sipping alone or pairing with a variety of dishes. No matter what the occasion, Maison No. 9 is the perfect rosé. It pairs well with tomato-based dishes.
This wine was produced by Charlie and Mel Master, a father-son partnership. An estate wine produced near the Mediterranean coast in the vineyard hillsides east of Aix en Provence, Le Charmel Provence Rosé is produced in the vineyard hillsides to the east of Aix en Provence. On picturesque Provencal hillsides with clay and limestone soils, the grapes are grown. There are notes of strawberry and pear on the palate, along with the beautiful aromas of raspberries and wildflowers. A rosé wine is perfect for any occasion! It complements seafood, salads, charcuterie, and goat cheese well as an aperitif.
Using grapes from their sustainably-farmed Elton and Tualatin Estate Vineyards, the grapes were gently pressed into whole clusters and fermented in stainless steel to deliver expressive aromas and flavors. An aroma of freshly picked strawberries and raspberries emanates from the glass with a vibrant pink color. Plums and strawberries enhance the juicy palate, accented with Meyer lemon zest and garden herbs, along with ample freshness and a long, revealing finish. Fresh summer salad, crab ravioli with garlic butter sage sauce, and grilled salmon over butter lettuce with strawberry balsamic dressing goes well with it.
A love story intertwined with two other stories results in Jeio. In the first place, the Bisol family has faithfully cared for their vineyards for generations. There is also the love of a wife who affectionately dubbed Desiderio Bisol, "Jeio," in this same family. Jeio is made with vines selected from plots scattered across the Prosecco hills and is the product of passion and expertise that has resulted in a cuvée of quality. Prosecco is one of Bisol's most well-known products. Parmesan rind provides a unique and welcome note to the aroma of sliced pears. A harmonious and refreshing palate, with fruit dancing together with bubbles. This wine is so fruity and pleasant to drink. With a complex mouthfeel full of citrus fruits and creaminess from the tiny crisp bubbles, this wine offers inviting aromas of flowers and wild strawberries. This prosecco goes well with creamy sauces, seafood, and spicy Asian dishes.
This wine is a tribute to the woman who transformed our winery's history. The cava that bears her name reflects her mastery, elegance, and authenticity. As a pioneer at the time, the first vintage was released in 1984, incorporating the Chardonnay variety into the blend for the first time. This cava's brut rosé version will captivate you with its intense aromas of red berries and forest fruits, which come from Pinot Noir, as well as the perfect balance between acidity and sweetness. Anna Brut Rosé is the ultimate way to say "cheers." It displays the aromas of red fruit, strawberries, cherries, and woodland fruits. The design is elegant and light. With a refreshing finish, the acidity and sweetness are well-balanced. Suitable for appetizers and occasional toasts.