10 Rosés To Add To Your Wine List Before Summer Ends

Our end-of-summer bucket list is lengthening by the minute; there are weekend beach trips untaken, backyard sliders that have yet to be grilled, and brand spanking new bottles of rosé to open. Because the seasonal boozy nectar's days inside our stemless glasses are numbered, we need to refresh our stocks and quench our millennial pink thirst before its time on store shelves expires.
We kicked off rosé season with some must-try wines back in the spring, and now we're rounding up our bucket list bottles to take us through the remaining month and a half of summer. Conclude summertime's goodbye tour with a strong rosé lineup and finalize your lists with the wines ahead. These bottles range from recent releases on older classics to trendy collabs and a few new label surprises.
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Cocomero, translating to "watermelon" in Italian, is a Californian rosé made for summertime sips: It's bursting with light and juicy fruit-forward flavors with a similarly scented scratch-n-sniff watermelon label.
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Packaged in sleek single serving-sized bottles, this fresh and crisp rosé from Santa Barbara has notes of sweet strawberry, rhubarb and floral rose petal.
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The Palm is the latest from OG trendy rosé-maker Whispering Angel, a beautiful French blend of Grenache, Cynsault, and Syrah with a fresh and subtly fruity flavor.
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Tank Garage's "F★ck Tomorrow" rosé is a complex blend of Cinsault, Mourvèdre, Grenache, Vermentino, and Syrah, with floral aromas, fruit-forward flavor, and a crisp mineral finish.
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Josh's affordable rosé is a lighter-bodied bottle with a bright and crisp citrus profile complemented by the fruit-forward notes of white peaches and strawberries.
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A heavier-bodied rosé, this mainly Merlot blend incorporates Syrah, Malbec, and Cabernet Franc for a fruity flavor profile of strawberries and white peach.
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A light-bodied, French-style rosé with a strong crisp finish and subtle fruity notes.
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Infused with a touch of effervescence, this bottle of rosé is brimming with ripe fruit flavors of strawberries, cherries, cranberries, and watermelon.
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A light and crisp rosé, this bottle is brimming with juicy red fruit flavors that are finished with a touch of citrus.
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Crisp minerality on top of delicate acidity and a slight oakiness make this sophisticated bottle of rosé ideal for special end-of-summer soirees.

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