Rosé doesn’t need a sexy name and weirdly shaped bottle in order to taste good. In fact, most of the best rosés don’t have any of that. No judgement if you’ve already found your favorite, but we’d love it if you tried our favorites too.

Rosé, Lorenza, California 2019
$20
Bourgogne Rosé, Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey 2018
$25
Txakolina Rosé, Ameztoi 2019
$25
Finger Lakes Rosé, Terrassen 2018
$18
Italian Rosé, La Pianelle 2018
$22
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Red Burgundy, Olivier Merlin Rouge 2017
$34
Barbera d'Alba, Cascina Fontana, Barbera Piedmont 2017
$30
Langhe, Renato Fenocchio, Nebbiolo Piedmont 2018
$24
Oregon Pinot, Trousse-Chemise, Pinot Noir, Williamette Valley 2018
$26
Beaujolais, Mee Godard, 'Corcelette', Morgon 2018
$34
Red Burgundy, Didier Fornerol, Cote de Nuit-Village 2018
$52
Italian Red, ArPePe, Rosso di Valtellina, Lombardia 2015
$36
Etna Rosso, Benanti, Etna Rosso, Sicilia 2018
$32
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Believe it or not, there are some great wines to drink on the beach other than rosé (though rosé’s pretty good too). Extra points for bottles with screw tops instead of corks for that extra layer of convenience.

Chablis, Moreau-Naudet 2018
$34
Sauvignon Blanc, Venica & Venica, 'Ronco del Cero' 2018
$25
Other, Beach Wines 4-pack + Ramona
$120
Rosé, Lorenza, California 2019
$20
Sparkling Rosé, Tissot, Jura NV
$30