Through Rosé colored glasses we smile, laugh, giggle, chat, cry, scream...not only because we are BFs but because we may also be a bit tipsy. As if we didn't share enough in common already, we also share a love for all things Rosé. The color, the way it makes you feel (the color that is...ok the wine too), the flavor.....
It's not hard to see why Rosé is so popular these days. Gone are the days of Boones Farm strawberry wine. Today's Rosé is anything but trash. It's complex, lovely and all foods seem to love it. And did we mention how the color is beyond dreamy? It's like wearing makeup...once on your lips you're immediately transported to another place. We could wax poetic on it for days...seriously days but instead we will show you how much we love it and why you will too (if you don't already)
- Veuve Rosé- At $50 a pop you can not go wrong. We have never met a soul who doesn't love this Rosé Champagne
- Rose colored glasses from CB2. We posted about these before...never bought them...still lust after them
- Innovacion Syrah Rosé- You can thank us later. One of the best and most complex, hearty, sexy wines we have ever had. Oh and it's only $15 at Whole Foods!
- Summer Water- The label alone makes us want this in a glass front fridge and the yumminess inside makes us buy it in bulk
- Show the world your love for Rosé and tell your kids the pin means you love pink lemonade
- White Girl Rosé the people that brought you The Fat Jewish and Babe Walker...and it's really good!
- How pretty is this polish from tenoverten x yeswayrose?
- Everyone needs a rose quartz wine stopper
- Whispering Angel Rosé is just like the name says.
As if all that weren't enough to make you fall in love over and over again maybe this will. Ladies and Gentlemen.... The FROZÉ!
MAKES 6 TO 8 SERVINGS START TO FINISH: 4 HOURS (INCLUDES FREEZING TIME)
⅓ cup sugar
¼ cup water
Zest and juice of 1 lemon
1 bottle dry rosé wine
1. In a small pot, bring the sugar, water, lemon zest and lemon juice to a boil over medium heat. Stir to ensure the sugar is dissolved.
2. Strain the simple syrup and let it cool to room temperature.
3. Pour the rosé into a 13-by-9-inch baking dish. Transfer to the freezer and freeze until relatively firm, at least 3 hours. It won’t freeze entirely, because of the alcohol level, but it should appear set on the surface.
4. Use a spoon to scrape and stir the frozen rosé into smaller crystals. Stir in the simple syrup to taste. Return to the freezer and keep frozen until ready to serve.
Rosé for days party people...for days. Tell us in the comments below or on Insta what your favorite Rosé is!