This beloved wine is not just a summer love.

By Ananda Eidelstein
October 13, 2017

Sweater weather is here—but that doesn’t mean you need to stop sipping on your glass of rosé. Rosé is a dry wine that most people find more refreshing than a glass of red, but it's not too far off from a white. It’s what we all crave come warmer temperatures and are sad to say goodbye to when the season changes. But no need to say au revoir until next summer! We’ve got rosé picks to keep you covered thoughout the fall. Because why should the summer months get all the fun? It’s just as craveable and delicious with a side of knitted sweaters and foliage.

Akakies 2016: If you're looking for a refreshing pick, try this dry Greek rosé with strawberry notes and a fruity aftertaste. It pairs well with a roasted chicken dinner for a cozy night in.

Raimat Rosé 2015This bright pale pink 2015 rosé by Raimat, a vineyard that practices sustainable winegrowing, is subtle with soft floral touches and a hint of grapefruit. Great for pizza night or a tapas party!

Mulderbosch Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé: With its delicate dusty pink color, this rosé is balanced, yet comes in a vibrant bottle. Reminiscent of watermelon, rose water, and Cabernet Sauvignon, its fresh acidity pairs wonderfully with a cheese and charcuterie platter.

The Exquisite Collection Cotes de Provence Rosé 2016: No matter what time of year it is, we can always get behind an $8 bottle of rosé—award-winning nonetheless. Aldi has it and it’s good.

RELATED: Frosé is the Hottest Drink of Summer 

Need to catch up on your rosé knowledge? Tell your friends what the fuss is all about with everything you need to know, right here.

You May Like