How To Drink Rosé

The Do’s and Don’ts

If you’re wondering how to drink rosé the proper way, the first thing you need to know is this: don’t overthink it, just drink it. Here are the three takeaways you should know about drinking rosé.


 

Do mix it!

If you’re having a hard time drinking rose on it’s own, then you should know that rosé makes for a great base and addition to cocktails. Most rosés have signature flavors of berries, floral, and melons, all of which are great bases to help complement spritzes and sour cocktails. The dryness, fruit and acidity make for a perfect balance to many spirits.

Do drink it all year.

Rosé is a versatile wine, which makes it a great aperitif or pairing with food. The rosé offers the best of both worlds as it has white wine structure and red wine flavors, so it can be as light or intense as necessary depending on the food it’s being paired with. We call it the perfect ‘in between’ wine as rosé serves as a ‘white wine alternative’ for typically red wine-leaning drinkers, since it has added structure and complexity while delivering a fresh clean finish like a white wine.

Don’t overpay.

A great rosé doesn’t have to come with a high price tag. $15-$20 is the fastest growing segment across all wine sales – Nielson 2017. And trust us, there is no shortage of quality wine within this price range.

Priced at $16.99 retail, Très Chic rosé is an affordable, everyday rosé with an elegant, yet approachable label.