‘Tis the season to think pink with your drinks! Here’s a brand-new bouquet of rosés to sip and savor this summer.
What’s better than a pink drink? A sparkling pink drink. Moët & Chandon’s new 2009 Grand Vintage Rosé was created following an exceptional harvest in 2009. The star of the blend is pinot noir, making up 59 percent of the vintage and providing its airy elegance. moet.com
Jon Bon Jovi and his son, Jesse Bongiovi, teamed up with illustrious winemaker Gérard Bertrand to launch arguably the most buzzed-about rosé of the summer. With a name that pays homage to the East End’s rosé culture, a lively French Mediterranean blend and glass stopper, it’s sure to be a favorite among New Yorkers. hamptonwaterwine.com
When you can’t decide between a fresh cocktail and a crisp glass of wine, Hangar 1 has the solution. The renowned vodka brand recently revealed the first-ever rosé vodka—a skillful blend of grapes and grain-distilled vodka and California wine that lends itself well to simple, summery cocktails. hangarone.com
Whispering Angel is back for the season, this time with a touch of Palm Beach chic. Fun, fresh and fashionably dressed in a tropical label, The Palm is Chateau d’Esclans’ 2018 release—a more casual, approachable wine with Whispering Angel’s signature ballet-slipper hue. esclans.com
It’s no secret rosé is best sipped in the sunshine. Inspired by the southern French tradition of pouring rosé over ice, Rosé Piscine is the first wine of its kind, formulated specifically to be served with ice—and enjoyed beachside, poolside or with a side of NYC rooftop views. rosepiscine.com
Even before organic produce became mainstream, Bonterra was producing wines from 100 percent organic grapes. The vineyards’ latest rosé will be poured at favorite spots Verlaine and Mighty Quinn’s this summer. bonterra.com
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