5 Refreshing Bottles to Sip on National Rose Day

By Mallory Evans Jacobson | June 8, 2019 | Food & Drink Feature National

No matter where you reside, it’s starting to heat up, thus signaling summer’s arrival. Though it might not be deemed the official beverage of the season, we think a refreshing glass of rosé is the ideal sip this time of year. So, this Saturday, grab a bottle of your favorite pink drink and make a toast in honor of National Rosé Day.

Le Grand Courtâge's Brut Rosé


With a name that’s synonymous with “the great courtship,” Le Grand Courtâge endeavors to elevate the every day with champagne. When you pop open a bottle of this bubbly, you’ll be met with the bright aromas of fresh strawberry and raspberry, along with floral notes, making for the perfect summertime sip.

Chateau D'Esclans' The Palm by Whispering Angel


Although you’ll likely be drawn to this bottle due to its pink palm tree-covered label and its association with the ever-popular Whispering Angel, you’ll continue enjoying it long after the first sip. That’s because this sunny take on rosé is both approachable and crisp, finishing with light fruity notes that will beckon you to drink some more.

Pernod Ricard's Perrier-Jouët x Venus et Fleur


When two luxury brands come together to create something this chic, it’s clear that the collaboration was a no brainer. This limited-edition gift set features Venus et Fleur’s famous long-lasting roses set atop a bottle of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé, the prestigious brand’s fruit-forward vintage.

Fleurs de Prairie's Côtes de Provence Rosé


Sourced from the most elite wine regions in Provence, France, Fleurs de Prairie is named for the stunning fields of flowers that line the hillsides of the wineries. This artfully designed bottle is delicate on the palate, with hints of red fruit, black currant, and lemon. It would be the perfect companion to dinner al fresco, or it could be served on its own as a lovely aperitif.

Le Grand Courtâge’s Très Chic Rosé


Evoking a youthful state of mind, Le Grand Courtâge’s Très Chic Rosé offers a fresh take on rosé wine. Made in the prestigious Sud de France region, this variety is made from both granache and cinsault, creating a natural pale pink hue. It’s the perfect bottle to bring to your next summer barbecue, as it pairs wonderfully with seafood and grilled meats.


Photography by: The Palm by Whispering Angel photo by Laz Llanes/Verde at PAMM