Anyone whose appetite for rosé knows no bounds will be delighted to learn that Maille, the 1747 mustard maison from Dijon, France, recently debuted a limited-edition mustard made with Provencal rosé.

Packaged in Burgundian stoneware, the mustards come in 4.4- or 8.4-ounce jars. They taste fruity and tangy, making them suited to vinaigrettes and marinades. We wouldn’t mind trying some schmeared on a ham and cheese baguette, either.

Given their elegant packaging, rosé mustard might also make a really nice gift for someone whose boat, beach property, or rooftop you’d like to party on this summer.