How We Will Celebrate National Rosé Day In NYC

You know we love a good rosé, and today may be our favorite holiday with National Rosé Day. As the second Saturday of June approaches, it is officially National Rosé Day and we want to make sure you're prepared. WhaHampton Water this drink of choice pairs well with a summer salad, fish plate, and a beach barbecue. 

From our favorite real estate brokers to ex-rock band managers,  these rosés will cover be ones to grab for our favorite holiday. And if you're unsure where to go, we've compiled the best deals in the city.

Harry & David has just launched a new 2017 Pinot Noir Rosé in honor of the holiday. The 2017 Pinot Noir Rosé is available in a premium duo-set for just $39.99, featuring two bottles of fresh fruit-flavor with notes of citrus for sweet sipping satisfaction all summer long.

Using the finest grapes from across the booming Southern Oregon viticulture, this Pinot Noir Rosé is a refreshingly fruity sip of summer. It’s packed with deliciously ripe aromas of mandarin, strawberry and hints of cranberry-apricot flowing through to a crisp, dry finish; with bright acidity and soft undertones of spice, this delicate and vibrant vintage is the perfect way to celebrate National Rosé Day.

Charles Smith 2017 Band of Roses Rosé (SRP $12.99 Nationwide)A nod to his past life as a rock band manager, Charles marched to the beat of his own drum when creating this rosé, making it from 100 percent Pinot Gris (because who else would want to do that?), from vineyards in Washington State. Charles created with longtime friend, Danish designer extraordinaire Rikke Korff (who he met while touring in Europe), this new wine looks just as great as it tastes.

Pale pink in color but plush in texture, this crisp wine features pure, naked flavors delivered through a silky palate with fresh, penetrating perfumes of lilac, guava, tangerine, passionfruit and cut hay. Also featuring a stand-out, edgy label.

Guigal’s 2017 Côtes du Rhône Rosé is bursting with irresistible fresh red fruits making it a favorite among rosé lovers everywhere. Produced in the traditional saignée method from a blend of Syrah, Grenache, and Cinsault, this structured, dry rosé features flavors and aromas like raspberry and red currant, balanced with an intriguing minerality on the finish. It pairs beautifully with a great variety of summer foods and is an excellent value at $14.99, available nationwide.

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Now offering Rosé in a keg Bridge Lane is perfect for any upcoming barbecues you have coming up. Found in the North Fork region, has expanded to all parts of New York and the Hamptons, while still being shipped elsewhere. Cabernet Franc-based, you'll find notes of guava and peach blossom followed by flavors of strawberry and watermelon.

High Kick Rosé -a light, fresh and elegant rosé with notes of strawberries, citrus and herbs. Serve cold with elegant dishes of seafood or Salad Niçoise with grilled tuna or enjoy on its own with good friends.

Cocktails to try yourself of order around New York

While you may want to stock up for some bottle to have for the night, weekend, or just whole Summer, you can also get creative with how you drink rosé. These New York hotspots have lent us some recipe ideas to spruce of your drink. In honor of National Rosé Day swing by and try one of these out.

RIO DE FROSÉ, courtesy of VANDAL - $17

  • stoli vodka
  • côtes de provence rosé
  • avuá prata caçhaca
  • cocchi americano
    • lemon

ROSÉ ALL DAY, courtesy of The VNYL - $15

  • Grapefruit Infused Peche Martini Ambrato
  • Hennessy VS
  • Rosé

Frozé! Frozé! Frozé! – courtesy of North River Lobster Company - $15

  • A frozen granita of Cloud Chaser Rosé
  • Bols Elderflower,
  • Strawberry and secrets