7 Ways To Sip Rosé All Around Miami This Summer

Sipping chilled rosé wine outdoors while catching cool breezes is the best way to endure the hot, humid days and warm nights of summer in Miami.

Rosé wines can be semi-sparkling or sparkling, and have varied levels of sweetness and dryness. The signature pink hue of the wine depends on the time the macerated skins from red grapes stays in contact with the juice. Either way, it’s the perfect summer sip!

Here are seven spectacular ways to enjoy drinking pink in the Magic City:

Poolside at The Confidante Miami Beach


While you’re lounging by the pool, in a private cabana or at the beach, The Confidante Hotel offers a wide variety of rosés perfect for sipping all summer long.  The Chateau Minuty Rosé is available by the glass ($14) or by the bottle ($54).  A selection of sparkling options include Moët, Veuve Cliquot, Perrier-Jouet, and more available, by the bottle. 4041 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, @theconfidantehotel, theconfidantemiamibeach.hyatt.com/the-backyard

Rooftop Garden at Juvia


Juvia, the stunning South Beach rooftop garden restaurant and bar, offers Rock Angel rosé under its own private label in collaboration with Chateau d’Esclans. This rosé from Cotes de Provence is the perfect balance of crisp and refreshing while offering notes of smokiness and acidity. Juvia Rock Angel Rosé is available by the glass ($16) and by the Magnum bottle ($140). 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, @JuviaMiami, juviamiami.com

Beach Club at Nikki Beach Miami


Nikki Beach on Miami Beach, a Côte d’Azur style outdoor beach club and restaurant, hosts Rosé Saturdays from 4- 6pm.  Reserve a day bed or cabana, and spend your Saturday afternoon drinking pink, ($5 by the glass or $25 by the bottle) and feasting on Sunset Special light bites as the DJ spins happy house music. 1 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, @nikkibeachmiami, nikkibeach.com/beach-clubs/miami-beach

Courtyard Garden at Villa Azur


The Villa Azur, a French-Mediterranean restaurant and lounge, has a gorgeous outdoor courtyard garden. Every Wednesday from 5-8pm, beginning with the official start of Summer on Wednesday, June 21, sip on bubbly Moet Rosé during Villa Azur’s “Summer Champagne Splash” happy hour. The 2-hour tasting of Cristal, Dom Pérignon, Ruinart and Moet Rosé is paired with complimentary canapés for $55. 309 23rd St., Miami Beach, @villaazur, villaazurmiami.com

Al Alfresco at OTL


OTL, a trendy new two-story café in Miami’s booming Design District, is surrounded by flagship designer stores, design showrooms, and galleries. Serving organic breakfast and lunch dishes, the neighborhood café has recently added booze to its menu. Now, all day Saturday and Sunday, guests can enjoy a chilled glass of Rosé Pinot Noir – perfect after a day of shopping. 160 NE 40th St, Miami (Design District), @otlmia, otlmia.com

Sunset at Mondrian Bar


Sip rosé and watch the sun go down over Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami at the outdoor bar and poolside area at the Mondrian South Beach. Enjoy $9 rose wine and bites during Mondrian Bar’s 5-hour happy hour (Monday-Friday from 4-9pm). 1100 West Ave, Miami Beach, @MondrianSouthBeach, morganshotelgroup.com/mondrian-south-beach/sunset-lounge

Frosé at db Bistro Modern


db Bistro Moderne’s Frosé is a pink frozen cocktail that blends rose wine, Lillet Blanc and Lillet Rosé. Hungry? Try pairing rosé with $1 oysters during Oyster Hour, Monday –Friday from 5-7pm, at the elegantly modern French bar and lounge of Daniel Boulud’s Downtown Miami outpost. db Bistro Sommelier Haunah Klein suggests the Mas de la Dame, Les Baux de Provence, France 2015. The tender pink wine exhibits a crisp vibrant minerality and subtle fruit notes that beautifully complements the flavor, texture and salinity of the oysters. 255 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Downtown Miami, @dbBistroModerneMiami, https://www.facebook.com/dbBistroModerneMiami

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