Whole Foods is highlighting a dozen rosés from all over the world, and offering shoppers a discount for one day only. 

By Nora Horvath
May 23, 2018

Friday May 25 is National Drink Wine day—a food holiday we can really get behind—and Whole Foods is inviting shoppers to celebrate with special in-store discounts on all their rosés.

To celebrate the start of spring, Whole Food’s Master Sommelier Devon Broglie selected a dozen rosés for shoppers to try throughout the season. The selection includes rosés from all over the world and includes wines that are perfect for any budget, starting as low as $7.99 a bottle. But on this Friday only, shoppers will receive 20 percent off all rosé wines in the store.

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“The popularity of rosé wines has never been higher, and our team worked to curate a really interesting and diverse selection for our shoppers to sample,” said Devon Broglie, Master Sommelier and Global Beverage Buyer for Whole Foods Market said in a press release. “We are proud to be recognized as one of the first retailers to highlight a collection of high-quality rosé and our customers appreciate us for it.”

Whether you’re just sipping on a glass or blending up a batch of frosé for your friends, head to Whole Foods to pick out the perfect bottle of wine. While you’re there on Friday scoring can’t-beat prices on the drink of the season, use our guide to saving money at Whole Foods for all your other groceries.