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Top Rosé Wines

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Take a look at GAYOT's picks of the Top 10 Rosé Wines

The Best Rosé Wines

Almost nothing is more refreshing than an icy cold glass of rosé. A style of wine enjoyed by both white and red wine drinkers, rosé is the thing to drink when the weather is warm. That said, the growing popularity of this pink drink proves you can #roseallday any time of year.

Rosé is produced when red wine grapes are prevented from having extended skin contact. It's the skin contact that gives reds their tannic structure and robust flavors. Without that extra contact, the resulting wines tend to be fresh and clean with color ranging from a faint blush to a robust ruby. At one time, rosés were most popular in the Mediterranean, but today award-winning rosés are made around the world.

Find the best rosé wines with our taste-tested selection that includes both incredibly affordable and more splurge-worthy finds.

By Amy Reiley

Watch our exclusive interview with Bodvár Hafström from Bodvár - House of Rosés, the man who invented, in 2014, National Rosé Day on the second Saturday of June.

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