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  • Keyaira Boone

5 Rose' Choices to Sip On This Summer

The second you enter my apartment you're greeted a pink and gold sign in my hallway that reads "Rosé All Day". It might be a little basic but I love this millennial pink potion and I'm not shy about sharing it!

So you can imagine how thrilled I am that it’s now seasonally appropriate to sip on drink of choice 24/7. That’s right it's time to grab your popsicles and cliche bearing wine chalices because it’s Rosé season. In celebration I’ve rounded up five of my favorites.

1. Les Portes de Bordeaux $6.99

Available at Trader Joe’s for less than the price of a decent manicure this Rosé is everything. It also holds up well in hot weather. I packed it this week on a picnic (seen above) and it was the perfect compliment to golden cherries and chocolate covered raisins.

2. Chandon $17.99

I’ll admit at first I was reluctant to try this brand. I felt like I had my go-tos and despite the heavy advertising I just wasn’t interested. Luckily Cream of Nature featured it in their signature cocktail at a celebration of their #IAMSUPERNATURAL campaign giving me a reason to try and be impressed by it.

3. Domaine Carneros $34.99

This offshoot label from Taittinger is a wonderful value. If there’s a difference between this and the $65.99 higher end version I’m not bougie enough to tell.

4. Grifone $4.99

Okay so this tastes a little bit like that berry sprite that came with your Domino's order back in the day but I liked that Sprite so don’t judge.

5. Perrier Jouet $59.95

This is a great pick if you’re feeling fancy. But if you’re not a book called “French Women Don’t Get Fat” advocates for PJ & Pizza and the combo hasn’t failed me yet.

Honorable Mention: Moët & Chandon

If you need this explained you’ve never memorized Biggie lyrics therefore I probably shouldn’t even be talking to you.

Let me know when and where you’re sipping all summer using the hashtag #culturecivicschic !

#summer #wine #Rosé

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