With summer just around the corner, most people are preparing themselves for weekends at the beach, picnics in the park, and all-day hikes. A large portion of wine drinkers, however, can simply attest to the fact they’re getting ready for peak rosé season. And if you’re looking for a new pink drink to sip this summer, Martha Stewart Wine Co. appears to have some pretty unique options.
If you aren’t familiar with Martha Stewart Wine Co., it was founded by none other than home improvement goddess and culinary aficionado, Martha Stewart. Her brand boasts a solid selection of pink wines, hailing from all different regions of Europe.
The Abbazia Moscato Rosé Dolce, for example, comes from Italy, while the 2017 La Fea Garnacha Rosé Selección Especial comes from Spain. Alternatively, though, the 2016 Villa Ruby Caresse de Rosé hails from France. Definitely peruse the site’s selection of rosé for yourself — it’s pretty vast.
Each rosé option boast different tasting notes — some are fruitier, while others are dry. There’s also a bubly option called Abbazia Cuvée Prestige Brut Rosé, if that tickles your fancy, and take note: the 2017 Racine Côtes de Provence happens to be Martha’s favorite, according to the brand.
Shockingly, these bottles aren’t exorbitantly pricey. Most go for anywheree between $10 and and $15, with one exception — the 2016 Les Muraires Coup De Rosé costs $20. But in all seriousness, that isn’t too shabby. Plus, they’re delivered to your doorstep, so you really can’t beat that.
There’s a lot to explore in the realm of rosé, and Martha Stewart’s wine brand seems to offer quite an interesting range. Get ready to drink pink this summer, because as they say, “rosé all day.”