5 Rosés You’ll Want to Drink All Summer

Welcome the warm nights with these blushing bottles.


2015 Saved Magic Maker Rosé Wine


Made from a blend of varietals including Grenache, Syrah, and Zinfandel, this raspberry-hued winner is dry, crisp, and full of citrusy-thyme flavor. It’s perfect for pairing with creamy cheeses.

To buy: $20, expressionsofthevine.com.

Photo by SAVED Wines

Charles Smith 2015 Vino Rosé


This crisp, pale pink wine is oh-so easy to love. Made from the red Italian grape Sangiovese, it has a faint taste of cherries and green melon.

To buy: $12, shop.charlessmithwines.com.

Photo by Charles Smith

2015 La Crema Monterey Rosé


This lovely pinot noir rosé has a bit of minerality, as well as strawberry and clover notes. The combination pairs well with salads and seafood (think: watermelon salad and crab).

To buy: $20, lacrema.com.

Photo by La Crema


2015 Benziger Family Winery Syrah Rosé


Here’s a refreshing Syrah rosé that’s gently sweet, like red starburst candies and raspberry sorbet, yet has just enough acidity to keep it balanced. Would be fantastic sipped on its own, or after dinner.

To buy: $26, shopbenziger.com.

Photo by Benziger Family Winery

The Pinot Project Rosé 2015


Easy on the pocket and the palate, this fruit-forward bottle made from Pinot Gris grapes is unoaked to enhance its pleasant cherry- and rose-scented (yes—like the flower) aroma.

To buy: $12, mortonwilliamswine.com.

Photo by The Pinot Project