These Pretty Ros Bottles Are Perfect For National Ros Day Parties

8 Pretty Rose Bottles For An Instagram-Worthy National Rose Day Celebration

Cheers, everyone! National Rosé Day is here, and that means rooftop season has *officially* commenced. In preparation for the boozy holiday — which falls on Saturday, June 8 — you’re probably scanning the shelves for Insta-worthy bottles to pop open with your friends. Thankfully, there are of options that you can choose from that are available online and in stores. To make your search for the prettiest rosé bottles a little simpler, I’ve rounded up a few cute ones. Maybe they’ll inspire you to grab a gorgeous bottle and snap some photos for the ‘Gram while you’re sipping throughout the season.

Before I get into rosé , let’s take a moment and chat about rosé cans (because, yes, they definitely exist). If you don’t want to lug a bottle of rosé to your next party, you might want to consider buying a pack of canned wines (if you’re at least 21 years old, of course). You have a lot of options to choose from that are just as delicious as bottled rosé, such as Lila’s Bubbly Rosé, Underwood Rosé Bubbles, and Babe Rosé. Heck, if you opt for one of those, you won’t have to remember a bottle opener — and that’s super convenient.

If you’d rather stick with the bottles, though, take a look at some options below.

1. JNSQ Rosé Cru

JNSQ

If you’re looking for a rosé bottle that’s topped with a rose, check out the JNSQ Rosé Cru bottle. Not only is it super Insta-worthy, but it also sounds delicious. According to JNSQ, it boasts notes of Bing cherry and strawberry (talk about summery). You can buy a bottle online for $26.10.

2. USUAL Rosé

Courtesy of USUAL

Those of you who are looking for individual bottles of rosé can check out USUAL Rosé. The wine — which features notes of rhubarb, rose petal, and strawberry — is sold online, and you can choose which package you want. If you order a 12-pack or the Summer Set on June 8 and use the code ROSE2019, you’ll get 15% off your order, per the company.

3. Chandon Aluminum Rosé

Courtesy of Chandon

Speaking of individual bottles, let’s take a look at Chandon Aluminum Rosé. According to the brand, the wine itself possesses notes of “fresh red cherries,” watermelon, and strawberries. Yup, it sounds refreshing, and it looks really freaking cute. (Check out that floral design!)

Anyway, you can buy a case of 24 bottles online for $198. If you bring ’em to a party and share with friends, you can always split the price with them.

4. Ruffino Sparkling Rosé

Courtesy of Ruffino Wines

The Ruffino Sparkling Rosé bottle is simple and sweet, featuring a blush pink foil that’ll give you bubbly vibes. The sparkling wine itself boasts flavors of rose petals and strawberries, per the brand. To find it in stores, follow the prompts on Ruffino’s “Where to Buy” page and get ready to pop a bottle.

5. Summer Water Rosé

Winc

If you’re go-to nickname for rosé is #SummerWater, then you should check out Winc’s Summer Water Rosé bottle. It features notes of strawberry, white peach, and grapefruit. You can get your bottle online for $19.99 each.

6. Reginato Celestina Sparkling Rosé

Courtesy of Vine Connections

Those of you searching for a vibrant sip can check out the Reginato Celestina Sparkling Rosé 2015 bottle. The rosé itself is bright in color and features notes of “homemade strawberry-rhubarb pie,” per the company. Plus, the bottle’s logo features an iridescent label that’d be perfect for pics.

You can buy this bottle online for $19.99 or enter your zip code on Vine Connection’s website to see where it’s available near you.

7. Mezza di Mezzacorona Rosé

Courtesy of Mezzacorona

Mezzacorona’s new sparkling rosé wine, Mezza di Mezzacorona Rosé, comes in a bottle that features an Insta-worthy striped design and a cute, DIY “rosé” note. According to the brand, the sparkling wine features notes of bergamot, cherry, peach, and “hints of mountain rose” (which sounds delicious).

This rosé bottle — which was announced on June 6 — is now available nationwide for $12.99, per Mezzacorona.

8. Gérard Bertrand Cote des Roses Rosé

Wine.com

The Gerard Bertrand Cote des Roses Rosé bottle — which seemingly features glass petal designs at its base — is for your rosé IG post. On top of the gorgeous bottle, the rosé boasts a “candy” finish, which makes me want to try it even more. You can buy it on Wine.com for $19.99.

As you can see, there are tons of Insta-worthy rosé bottles to pop open on National Rosé Day (or any day you want, really). If you’re planning on celebrating the holiday (if you’re at least 21 years old), drink responsibly.

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