Forget Rosé Wine. Meet the Summer's New Pink Drinks.

These bevs are lower in alcohol than rosé wine and transition well from daytime hangs to evening sip sessions. Cheers!
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It’s summertime and the drinking should be easy. On that note, meet the #millennialpink pours that your cooler needs. These bevs are lower in alcohol than rosé wine and transition well from daytime hangs to evening sip sessions. Cheers!

Ramona Ruby Grapefruit Wine Spritz

This citrusy pick ($18.99 for a four-pack) checks all the right boxes: It’s refreshing, pink, and easy to sip. Plus, just look at that cool can.

Crispin Rosé Cider

Even wine snobs will gulp down this super-crisp, fragrant blend ($9.99 for a six-pack) made with rose petals, hibiscus, apples, and pears. 

Wölffer Estate No. 139 Dry Rosé Cider

This winery-made cider ($16 for a four-pack) gets its flavor from six different apple varieties and strikes the right balance between clean and complex.  

Angry Orchard Rosé

What makes this rosé cider ($9.99 for a six-pack) special? Red-fleshed apples—yes, they’re a real thing! The result: a sweet drink with a dry finish.  

Original Sin Dry Rosé Cider

Crafted with only New York apples, this smooth cider ($13.99 for a six-pack) drinks way above its price point.

Cidergeist Bubbles Rosé Ale

Fruity beers are having a moment, and this super-fizzy, slightly tart ale ($9.99 for a six-pack) is a warm-weather no-brainer.