It's officially spring (even though it doesn't feel like it in New York right now!) and that means summer is right around the corner. (Right... right?!). One of our favorite summer sippers has to be rosé—and we know we're not alone here.
To welcome the season, Whole Foods is having a sale on rosé from now until the end of May. That's two whole months, people!
Whole Foods will have 12 bottles of rosé wines on sale, priced between $9.99 and $39.99 (which, let's be honest, is not bad for great rosé). Devon Broglie, Master Sommelier and Global Beverage Buyer for Whole Foods Market, chose these wines from all over the world along with his dedicated team.
Here's what you can get:
- Calixo Cava Brut Rosé: $12.99
- Orlana Rosé Vinho Verde: $7.99
- El Terrano Rosado: $9.99
- Alivetto IGP Ile De Beaute: $13.99
- French Blue–Bordeaux Rosé: $10.99
- Folie en Provence–Provence Rosé: from $12.99 to $24.99
- Pure Provence & Rosé: $19.99 (this one's in a can!)
- Santa Julia Innovacion Malbec Syrah Rosé: $9.99
- Skouras Zoe Rosé: $11.99
- Summer Water Rosé: from $17.99 to $39.99
- Forty Ounce Rosé: $15.99
- AIX Coteaux d’ Aix en Provence Rosé: from $17.99 to $34.99
Regular prices vary by location, so depending on where you live, you'll save between $2-$5 per bottle. In some stores, you can also save an additional 10 percent when you buy six or more bottles of wine.
But it doesn't stop there. On May 25, National Drink Wine Day, Whole Foods will have an additional sale, offering 20 percent off on all rosés.
“The popularity of rosé wines has never been higher, and our team worked to curate a really interesting and diverse selection for our shoppers to sample,” says Broglie. “We are proud to be recognized as one of the first retailers to highlight a collection of high-quality rosé and our customers appreciate us for it. We are excited to share these wines and encourage shoppers to take advantage of these deals while they last!”
So, you can run—or take your time, since you have two months—and get your favorite rosé wine from Whole Foods right now.
Here are some recipes to try after you get your hands on a bottle: