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Six Ways to Rosé

Some of the best advice we can give to wine drinkers–whether beginners or old pros–is to always keep a healthy stock of rosé on hand. It satisfies a range of palates and pairs effortlessly with a wide array of dishes. (You’d be hard-pressed to find a single wine that can pair with literally any combination of potluck dishes.) If you always thought of rosé for summer only, here are some pairing ideas to change your mind.

A true anytime wine

Rosé’s versatility makes it an easy match for a wide range of dishes and occasions. It has the right combo of acidity, crispness, and complexity to make any meal or moment sing. Plus, at a wallet-friendly price, you can enjoy it, share, drink more of it, whenever you like.

Salmon quiche on a brunch tablePairs with: Sunday Brunch

Goodbye cheap sparkling wine mimosa. Rosé’s versatility compliments any brunch dish– from waffles to Benedict, croissants to chilaquiles.

Try this recipe:
Dairy Free Salmon Spinach Quiche

by Foodaciously

Hands spreading pate on a crackerPairs with: Happy Hour

So light & fresh, keep a bottle chilling in the fridge for an impromptu happy hour. And if the hour turns into 2 or 3 even better (no one’s counting).

Try our recipe:
Homemade Pepper Jelly & Cheese Trio

Woman in hat laughing with a glass of rosé in handPairs with: Picnics

Delicate fruit notes and minerality make Fifth Moon Rosé a lovely match with picnic fare. Try it with cheese and charcuterie, savory pasty, or even a plain old sandwich and potato chips.

Try this recipe:
Herby Chickpea Salad Sandwich

by Feasting at Home

Three fish tacos on a marble surface.Pairs with: Taco Tuesday

An uninspired weeknight is quickly remedied with a glass of rosé in one hand and a fish taco in the other.

Try this recipe:
Salmon Tacos

by How Sweet Eats

Vegetable curry on a wooden table with chopsticksPairs with: The Simmer Dinner

When the weather chills, stews and curries are the perfect way to warm up. And bonus, toss them in a slow cooker for a dinner that literally makes itself, so you can do the important things like sip your rosé while it cooks.

Try this recipe:
Chicken Panang Curry

by Tastes Better From Scratch

Two glasses of rosé with cheese boardPairs with: Everything!

There really are no rules, especially when it comes to rosé, so drink it how you like. Pair it with your favorite dishes or enjoy it on its own.