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Think pink? Drink pink! Nothing celebrates the arrival of warm weather quite like a chilled bottle of rosé. So add a splash of pink to all of your summer festivities with our favorite blush-colored wines. Cheers!

Chateau de Campuget Rosé $10.99

From the south of France to your backyard pool party, this fresh blend has an intense peony hue and packs vibrant, fruity flavors.

Simpler Wines Too Uncanny $2.99

Though it’s the size of a regular soda can, each bottle actually holds half a normal bottle of wine. And at just $3 a can, you can easily serve it as a sweet alternative to beer at your next barbecue.

La Chapelle Gordonne $23.99

VinePair ranked La Chapelle Gordonne their top pick, and we couldn’t agree more. With gentle notes of strawberry sorbet and linden blossoms, it’s everything a rosé should be.

Chateau D’Aqueria Tavel Rosé $23.99

Bone dry and perfect for light summer dinners (think salad and shellfish), the blend is grenache-based, making it a smooth transition for anyone who typically prefers red wines.

Txakoli Txomin Etxaniz Rosé $23.99

There’s something fun about a bottle that gets easier to pronounce as you get further into it. Plus, the zesty punch of lime and minerals that come from this tangy Basque varietal make it that much tastier.

Veuve Clicquot Rosé $60

200 years ago, Madame Clicquot blended the first-ever rosé. Today, her famed French champagne label includes an elegant (but not over-the-top) full-bodied champagne rosé that’s perfect for any celebration.

xx, The FabFitFun Team