Rośe Orlana Vinho Verde Rosé King Rabbit Rosé Mr. Pink Rosé Angels & Cowboys Rosé Pool Boy Rosé French Blue Rosé Ste Venture Rosé AIX Rosé De Chanceny Brut Rosé Presto Sparkling Rosé

Our Master Sommelier Picked the Perfect Rosé for Every Springtime Occasion

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Devon Broglie is the Master Sommelier for Whole Foods Market. (PS: Whole Foods Market is the only national grocer with a Master Sommelier on staff to taste and select wine for the department.) He — along with Whole Foods Market’s wine team, who together have more than 90 years of experience combined in the adult beverage industry — picked their favorite rosé wines and paired them with real-life springtime occasions. Because there’s always an occasion for rosé.


Orlana Vinho Verde Rosé

Pair with picnic blankets and cheese plates.


Perfect for an upgraded picnic, Orlana Vinho Verde Rosé features berry aromas with a crisp citrus flavor, plus a smile-worthy fizz. Pair it with light appetizers with an Italian bent, prosciutto, olives or semihard cheeses.

King Rabbit Rosé

Pair with Sunday brunches.


Taste ripe berries when you sip King Rabbit Rosé. It has a smooth texture with a spicy finish. Try it with tapas, quiche, grilled chicken and desserts.

Mr. Pink Rosé

Pair with weekend movie marathons.


Mr. Pink Rosé is mouthwatering with cranberry and watermelon. It’s lip-smackingly crisp and refreshing and goes well with light cheeses, seafood and spicy food (and your favorite movie).

Angels & Cowboys Rosé

Pair with girls’ nights. Or grill nights.


Angels & Cowboys Rosé has flavor notes of layered cherry, pomegranate, rose petal and citrus. Pair it with vegetable dishes, spicy foods, roast chicken, salmon and seared tuna — and good company, too.

Pool Boy Rosé

Pair with one-pieces. And two-pieces.


Pool Boy Rosé is fresh and easy. Strawberry and watermelon — and the plastic bottle — make it a perfect pool-friendly sipper. Try it with burgers, fries, barbecue, fried chicken — anything you’d eat poolside.

French Blue Rosé

Pair with “I dropped the kids off at my parents’."


Sip French Blue Rosé, and you’ll taste a rosé with intense fresh red fruits, fuller body and a spicy finish. Try it with tapas by candlelight.

Ste Venture Rosé

Pair with golden hour.


Watch the sunset while sipping Ste Venture Rosé. Taste raspberries, peaches, herbs and white flowers. It goes well with goat cheese crostini, a spring veggie pasta, lightly cooked shellfish or grilled fish.

AIX Rosé

Pair with daydreams of French beaches.


When you can’t go to France, there’s always French wine. AIX Rosé is pale pink, fragrant, delicate, youthful with watermelon and cherry blossom. Try it with oysters and pommes frites.

De Chanceny Brut Rosé

Pair with sushi night.


De Chanceny Brut Rosé is zesty and fresh with strawberry, grapefruit, fine bubbles and a smooth finish. Try it with tuna sashimi or a Rainbow roll.

Presto Sparkling Rosé

Pair with “No glass allowed.”


Presto Sparkling Rosé comes in a can and has peach and watermelon flavor notes with a crisp, clean finish. Try it with appetizers, grilled seafood, charcuterie, fresh vegetables, savory desserts — wherever you can’t bring a glass bottle.

Devon Broglie is the Master Sommelier for Whole Foods Market. (PS: Whole Foods Market is the only national grocer with a Master Sommelier on staff to taste and select wine for the department.) He — along with Whole Foods Market’s wine team, who together have more than 90 years of experience combined in the adult beverage industry — picked their favorite rosé wines and paired them with real-life springtime occasions. Because there’s always an occasion for rosé.


Devon Broglie is the Master Sommelier for Whole Foods Market. (PS: Whole Foods Market is the only national grocer with a Master Sommelier on staff to taste and select wine for the department.) He — along with Whole Foods Market’s wine team, who together have more than 90 years of experience combined in the adult beverage industry — picked their favorite rosé wines and paired them with real-life springtime occasions. Because there’s always an occasion for rosé.


Pair with picnic blankets and cheese plates.


Perfect for an upgraded picnic, Orlana Vinho Verde Rosé features berry aromas with a crisp citrus flavor, plus a smile-worthy fizz. Pair it with light appetizers with an Italian bent, prosciutto, olives or semihard cheeses.

Pair with Sunday brunches.


Taste ripe berries when you sip King Rabbit Rosé. It has a smooth texture with a spicy finish. Try it with tapas, quiche, grilled chicken and desserts.

Pair with weekend movie marathons.


Mr. Pink Rosé is mouthwatering with cranberry and watermelon. It’s lip-smackingly crisp and refreshing and goes well with light cheeses, seafood and spicy food (and your favorite movie).

Pair with girls’ nights. Or grill nights.


Angels & Cowboys Rosé has flavor notes of layered cherry, pomegranate, rose petal and citrus. Pair it with vegetable dishes, spicy foods, roast chicken, salmon and seared tuna — and good company, too.

Pair with one-pieces. And two-pieces.


Pool Boy Rosé is fresh and easy. Strawberry and watermelon — and the plastic bottle — make it a perfect pool-friendly sipper. Try it with burgers, fries, barbecue, fried chicken — anything you’d eat poolside.

Pair with “I dropped the kids off at my parents’."


Sip French Blue Rosé, and you’ll taste a rosé with intense fresh red fruits, fuller body and a spicy finish. Try it with tapas by candlelight.

Pair with golden hour.


Watch the sunset while sipping Ste Venture Rosé. Taste raspberries, peaches, herbs and white flowers. It goes well with goat cheese crostini, a spring veggie pasta, lightly cooked shellfish or grilled fish.

Pair with daydreams of French beaches.


When you can’t go to France, there’s always French wine. AIX Rosé is pale pink, fragrant, delicate, youthful with watermelon and cherry blossom. Try it with oysters and pommes frites.

Pair with sushi night.


De Chanceny Brut Rosé is zesty and fresh with strawberry, grapefruit, fine bubbles and a smooth finish. Try it with tuna sashimi or a Rainbow roll.

Pair with “No glass allowed.”


Presto Sparkling Rosé comes in a can and has peach and watermelon flavor notes with a crisp, clean finish. Try it with appetizers, grilled seafood, charcuterie, fresh vegetables, savory desserts — wherever you can’t bring a glass bottle.