Rosé is more than just a refreshingly pink wine to drink on a hot summer’s day — it’s a lifestyle. So if you want to #roséallday this year for National Rosé Day on June 8th you’re going to need more than a good bottle to get the job done (although that certainly doesn’t hurt either). Think pink with these rosé-inspired picks, including a few boozy recipes, gummies, and even a DIY kit.
You’re going to want to say yes way rosé to these rosé-inspired gummies. These treats don’t actually include any alcohol, but their fresh flavor and color will still put you ease.
Lemonade Frosé from How Sweet Eats
A couple of years ago the food world was consumed by frosé (frozen rosé). There are now hundreds of recipes and variations on this adult slushy, but this lemonade version from How Sweet Eats is one of our favorites. It’s tart and sweet and refreshing.
What better way to celebrate National Rosé Day than by making your very own sparkling pink wine? This kit comes with almost everything you need to make that happen — all you need are a couple empty wine bottles. And after celebrating this very special holiday, we’re sure that shouldn’t be a problem.
VSOP Rose Vinegar from Oliver
Your summer salad needs an upgrade, and this super delicious rosé vinegar from VSOP is the answer. Use it to add zesty flavor to salads and marinades as well as seafood and carpaccio. Cheers to that!
If you’re enjoying a bottle of rosé outside, you need a glass that’ll help keep things cold. This stemless beauty will not only help you out in that department, but it will also look extra on-brand in this metallic rose color.
Rosé Wine Pink Chocolate Bar from Compartés
A bottle of rosé and some chocolate is just about the best way to spend an evening with friends. But plot twist: what if it was rosé-infused chocolate? Did your mind just explode? This gorgeous chocolate bar from Compartés is blend of white chocolate and French rosé. The bar is tinted pink and is topped with crystalized rose petals. Ooh la la!
Switch things up on your red or white wine sangria and grab a bottle or rosé instead! This recipe is made with fresh orange and grapefruit juices and slices of oranges, lemons, and raspberries.
Natural Rosé Deodorant from Native
Yup: Rosé deodorant is a real thing you can buy now. The deodorant is natural, which means there’s no added aluminum or parabens and it actually smells pretty great.
Rose Popsicles from Wood and Spoon
One of the best ways to enjoy rosé during the summer is in popsicle form. This boozy pops recipe from Wood and Spoon uses a pear and strawberry puree base. The puree is blended with about a half of a bottle of rosé and some simple syrup. Then, put the resulting mixture in popsicle molds and freeze.