The Essential—and Affordable!—Rosés We'll Be Drinking This Fall
Forget what you think about drinking pink only in summer: These blushing beauties complement spring veggies, winter roasts, and everything in between.
The Best Bottles of Rosés to Drink This Fall
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Actor turned biodynamic winemaker Jeff Fischer focuses on Rhône and Loire Valley varietals, like this lean Santa Barbara County Grenache that pairs perfectly with chilled seafood. $23
Forget the Hollywood hype! In the hands of acclaimed Rhône winemaker Marc Perrin, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's taut Provencal blend exhibits vibrancy and depth. $23
Rebel Italian vintner Giorgio Rivetti produces this silky, citrusy rosato from two types of Sangiovese (including Prugnolo Gentile) harvested at his recently acquired Tuscan estate. $19
It's a delicate sparkler with just a hint of sweetness; suggestions of earth, roses, and red berries will make you a believer in Pinot Noir grown along the Austria-Hungary border. $18
On a scorching day, there's nothing more refreshing than watermelon dusted with chile, lime, and salt— a sweet-smoky combination present in this unfiltered example from one of California's best. $22
Noted Francophiles Tom Monroe and Kate Norris purchase Washington State–grown Gamay (of Beaujolais fame) to create this lush and minerally favorite. $20
Château de Trinquevedel Tavel Rosé
With its sun-exposed location in the hills of Southern France, Château de Trinquevedel produces a structured, full-bodied rosé with scents of anise and orange blossom. $19
Handle this crimson wine the way you would a chillable red, with just a brief spell in the refrigerator, to maintain its rhubarb- and wild blackberry–inflected complexity. $19
Related: How to Make Frosé (A.K.A. Frozen Rosé)
The Best Canned Rosés
Edna Valley AVA's Niven family combines both red grapes (Pinot Noir, Syrah) and white (Viognier, Albariño) for a floral, tropical flavor profile.
This peach-scented pink wine from Provence has a slim can ideally suited for a cooler.
Scribe Winery co-founder Andrew Mariani crafted this tart, effervescent rosé in honor of (and named after) his first child, born during the 2016 harvest.