Five Great Sparkling Rosés For End of Summer

Ah, summer. It’s been real, it’s been fun, it’s been real fun.

Somehow it’s already September, we’ve passed Labor Day and we’re now headed into fall (supposedly.) While the thought of changing leaves and football season sounds delightful, we’re definitely going to miss summer and those picnics in the park, days at the beach, and of course, our dear friend rosé.

Obviously, rosé can be consumed year-round (oh, and we will consume it whenever we please!) but it just doesn’t have the same effect when it’s cold outside.

Here’s five fantastic sparkling bottles of rosé to help you properly say goodbye to summer.


Roederer Estate NV Estate Bottled Brut Rosé Sparkling

Crisp and fruity, this bottle packs a punch that will help you see summer out with a bang. It’s full of vibrant fruit flavors like peach and red berries that are acidic and even a little spicy. $29

Jansz NV Premium Rosé Sparkling

If you’re looking for a little something fun and wild, this is it. Hailing from Tasmania, this bottle has those fruity, citrusy notes of a rosé with a touch of something extra in every sip. $27

Balletto 2012 Brut Rosé Méthode Traditionelle Sparkling

This beauty is made entirely of estate-grown Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from the Russian River Valley in California. It’s dry but luscious palate will be the perfect toast to the end of your favorite season. $42

Schramsberg 2012 Querencia Brut Rosé Sparkling

Maybe you’re looking for something truly elegant to send off summer! This bottle is much pricier but the quality matches the tag. It’s got that full-bodied flavor complete with vibrant acidity and fruit flavors like pomegranate, cherry, and cranberry. $55

Scharffenberger NV Brut Rosé Excellence Sparkling

This is truly a classic bottle of sparkling rosé complete with crisp mouthfeel slightly spicy flavors. You can’t go wrong with this rich, elegant bottle as a send off for the sun! $23


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