Rosé lovers (in other words, everybody) can now breath a huge, pink sigh of relief. A new rosé delivery subscription service has finally hit the market and We. Can’t. Wait. While the food delivery subscription service situation is pretty much on lock, we’ve had nowhere to turn for (summer) life’s other essential — rosé.
As Food & Wine reports, over the course of May, June, and July, Summer Water Societé will deliver six bottles worth of rosé to every subscriber’s doorstep. However, the convenience will cost you. It’s a hefty $350.
When you break it down, the cost actually isn’t that bad. The service offers nine magnum bottles throughout the summer over the course of the three-month subscription. When broken down, the “per-bottle” cost clocks in at around $20, which is probably just a little above what you’d normally pay for your average bottle of pink.
Pay a little more to have delicious wine delivered straight to your doorstep? We’re in. You’ll thank yourself on those summer nights when the party runs past the local liquor shop’s closing hours…
Corrrection: This article has been updated to reflect the correct number of bottles the service provides.