The Best & Most Affordable Rosés to Sip This Summer

Rosé is all the rage these days, and we're so excited by how much variety you can find in stores. When you're on the hunt for the perfect bottle of pink wine, it's not just syrupy-sweet white zinfandel on offer. Instead, you can get well-balanced bottles of rosé even at the grocery store. Bone-dry styles like those made in Provence are the most popular, but there are off-dry styles full of juicy fruit flavors that are great for people who think they don't like wine. One taste and they'll be won over.

Unlike other wines that are best when they've aged, most rosé is best enjoyed within two years of being bottled. This means you can find delicious bottles at an affordable price — the wineries themselves don't have to use up valuable real estate aging the wines, and they see a return on profit faster than with bottles that have to be aged for a long time, leading to lower costs for you, the customer. Delicious taste, delicious savings. 

Ahead are some of our favorite picks for delicious rosés that won't cost you a fortune. 

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