Here, the best bargain rosés from top regions like Provence and Rioja. Plus, great-value sparkling rosés.
2017 Marqués de Cáceres Rioja Rosé ($9)
A hint of sweetness underscores this earthy, crisp rosé.
2017 Goats do Roam Western Cape Rosé ($9)
A savory undertone balances the hint of sweetness in this fruit-driven rosé made with mostly Shiraz and Grenache.
2017 La Vieille Ferme Rosé ($8)
Crafted by the Perrin family of Chateuneuf-du-Pape fame (they own Chateau Beaucastel, one of the region’s greatest properties), this French rosé is lively and full of tart red fruit flavors.
2017 Villa des Anges Old Vines Rose ($11)
Old vine fruit from southern France’s Vin de Pays d’Oc region is the heart of this delicate yet surprisingly complex (given the price) rosé.
2017 Capçanes Mas Donís Montsant Rosat de Garnacha ($12)
Made from mostly Garnacha, this is juicy and fresh, with ripe cherry flavors and a savory mix of herbs.
2017 Château Guiot Costières de Nîmes ($13)
This zesty rosé, redolent of raspberries and flowers, is a steal.
This Syrah-based joint effort between Washington-based vintner Charles Smith and Charles Bieler of Three Thieves fame offers crisp, berry-accented flavors.
Crisp and refreshing, with mouthwatering peach and strawberry tones.
NV Freixenet Cordon Brut Cava Rosado ($12)
This lively, tangy wine is made with the Garnacha and Trepat grapes and has abundant cherry, berry and dried apple notes.
This vivid rosé’s strawberry, tangerine and mineral notes are pure and refreshing.
2017 Planeta Rosé ($15)
A equal blend of Nero d’Avola and Syrah drives the floral, pomegranate-y flavors of this appealing Sicilian rosé.