Love it or hate it, rosé has become the official drink of summer. And why wouldn’t it be? Rosé’s high acidity and fruit-forward flavors make the wine perfect for quenching thirst on a hot summer day. Whether you spend your days poolside or patio-sipping, a summer without rosé just feels wrong. Still, as much as we love rosé, it can get played out. Here are some rosé cocktails for when you’re really in the mood but you’ve been sipping rosé for six days straight.
The simplest solution of them all. Add some fresh fruit, mint leaves, and sparkling water to your favorite rosé for an effervescent kick. Plus, mint has some serious cooling properties, making this drink extra refreshing.
Frozen. Rosé. Need we way more? Seriously, who doesn’t love a wine-based slushy? Tip: Throw a few shots of gin in the mix for an extra boozy, juniper-infused kick.
Take your sparkling rosé to a whole new level with a cotton candy addition. No sparkling rosé (or cotton candy)? No problem! Make your own at home with one of these sparkling rosé cocktail kits.
Consider this recipe a double upgrade. Frosé is great on its own, but we’re huge proponents of watermelon anything in the summertime. We’ll cheers to that!
We weren’t joking when we said we love anything and everything watermelon in the summer. Combine your two favorite summer sippers (rosé and Margaritas, of course) in this extraordinary pink fusion. Get your rosé drinking shirt on and get to work!
Remember how refreshing a big glass of lemonade was as a child? Well, here’s your grownup version, spiked with rosé. Disclaimer: This one goes down a little too easy. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!
Basically Provence in a glass. Lemonade, rosé, and soothing, herbal lavender — could there be a more comforting drink? Do like the French and stay hydrated all summer. With rosé, of course.