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Best selling rosé wines on Drizly

Overwhelmed by all your choices of rosé wine? Drizly has you covered with a rundown of our most popular wine brands for rosé season. 

An official guide to rosé to help you learn all about the different types of this pink wine and how it's made.

When it comes to selecting the perfect bottle of rosé wine for your get-togethers, it's not a popularity contest - but everyone loves a good recommendation.  If you are looking for the perfect rosé pairing for sunsets, lazy days at the pool, or summertime garden parties, your friends here at Drizly have you covered with our top ten bestsellers. 

What exactly is a rosé wine?

Rosé wines are simply a genre of wine, similar to styles like red and whites. These pink wines can be made from any red grape and grown in any region in the world. The fermenting process of rosé is typically shorter than your standard red wine which results in the trademark pink color of rosé wines.

Rosé wine production can be as varied as the grapes that go into it. Styles include still, semi-sparkling or sparkling and flavor notes of stone fruit, cherry, and even minerals. Rosé wines are frequently a blend of multiple grape varieties with common ones being grenache, pinot noir, syrah, mourvèdre, carignan, and sangiovese.

If you want to learn more about rosé, we encourage you to take a taste of our wine drinkers guide to rosé. For you professional sippers on the hunt for your next all-day rosé, let's jump into the best selling rosé wines on Drizly over the past 18 months. 

Top 10 best selling rosé wines on Drizly

1. Chateau d'Esclans Whispering Angel Rosé

It's no surprise that this top-rated rosé is also our best-seller. Created by Sacha Lichine with a goal of crafting one of the greatest rosés in the world, it seems like this winemaker has hit the mark. Enjoy the bone-dry fullness of this lovely rosé from midday to midnight.
Whispering Angel Rosé

Whispering Angel Rosé

1394

2. Gérard Bertrand Côte Des Rosés

Pop open a taste of the Mediterranean with a bottle of Gerard Bertrand Cote des Rosés. If you are looking to bring a unique rosé to a gathering, this one stands out more than the rest - the bottom of the bottle is actually carved out into a rosé.
Gerard Bertrand Cote des Roses Rosé

Gerard Bertrand Cote des Roses Rosé

885

3. Bota Box Dry Rosé

Ditch the bottle and grab a square of this refreshing rosé from Bota Box. This versatile box of fun is crisp and dry with aromas and flavors of strawberry cake and grapefruit zest. It's best served chilled with cheese plates, anything hot off the grill, or while lounging in a pool on a floatie.
Bota Box Dry Rosé

Bota Box Dry Rosé

640

4. La Vieille Ferme Rosé

Fresh, fruity, and affordable, this popular rosé from the southern Rhône valley of France is made from a blend of grenache, syrah, and cinsault grapes. Try pairing this easy day-sipping rosé with barbecue or sunshine.
La Vieille Ferme Rosé

La Vieille Ferme Rosé

641

5. Dark Horse Rosé

Twist off the cap and leave your pretensions at the door. A pink wine from California, this Provence-style rosé features a fruity burst of flavors including strawberry, raspberry and melon to produce a playful rosé that's perfect for mixing into frozen drinks.
Dark Horse Rosé

Dark Horse Rosé

448

6. Prophecy French Rosé

This is a delicate and bright sparkling wine with layers of fresh strawberries, raspberries and a hint of white peach. Its crisp finish is a refreshing accompaniment to BBQ pork, salmon, grilled watermelon, and fresh mozzarella.
Prophecy French Rosé

Prophecy French Rosé

287

7. Josh Cellars Rosé

We recommend pairing this one with grilled fish, summer salads, and chilled seafood. This pink wine from Josh Cellars delights with flavors of white peach and strawberry complemented by the barest hints of nectarine.
Josh Cellars Rosé

Josh Cellars Rosé

421

8. Apothic Rosé

Apothic rosé features vibrant flavors of strawberry with a hint of raspberry. With a great balance between sweet and sour notes, this wine fully delivers on the profile the provence rosé style.
Apothic Rosé

Apothic Rosé

428

9. The Palm by Whispering Angel Rosé

This "little sister" of Whispering Angel is an authentic Provence rosé made from grenache, cinsault and carignan grapes. It's dry, light and crisp with a signature pink hue and is effortlessly chic. 
The Beach by Whispering Angel Rosé

The Beach by Whispering Angel Rosé

457

10. Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley Rosé

A Drizly staff recommendation, the Chateau Ste Michelle rosé Wine is made from a blend of rosé grapes from the Columbia Valley in Washington. The light-bodied rosé offers bright aromas of watermelon and lemon, along with flavors of wild strawberry, citrus zest and hints of melon.
Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley Rosé

Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley Rosé

433

Still not inspired with the perfect drink? Don't fret - we have hundreds more to choose from in all shapes and styles right here. And don't forget, with Drizly, we can have your order delivered straight to your door in under an hour.