Rosé Ciders to Sip All Summer Long

With Memorial Day Weekend signaling the start of the summer season – even if it doesn’t officially begin until June 21st – it’s all about warm weather sipping. And while Rosé is still all the rage, these brands are upping the ante with their Rosé Cider offerings, perfect for drinking by the pool or the BBQ pit all season long.

Angry Orchard Rosé Cider


Angry Orchard is already known – and loved – for their killer hard cider. Now, they are making an equally delightful and delicious rosé version will be on your summer to-drink list. Made with a blend of apples including rare red flesh apples from France, Angry Orchard Rosé hard cider is both crisp and refreshing with a rosy color and floral aroma, inspired by the light and fruit-forward elements of Rosé wine. The apple-forward taste of the Rosé hard cider is balanced with light tannins, similar to a dry white wine, with an ABV of 5.5%.

“I love Rosé wine, but I’m excited for drinkers to move on over to cider and try something new this spring with our Angry Orchard Rosé,” said Ryan Burk, Head Cider Maker of Angry Orchard. “The rare red flesh apples used in our Rosé not only impart complex flavors but contribute to the cider’s beautiful rosy hue. It’s crisp, refreshing, and unlike any other style we have crafted.”

Angry Orchard Rosé hard cider is yummy on its own, but also pairs nicely with creamy cheeses like gouda and feta and hearty, flavorful meats – think prosciutto and ham. Game on, summer.

Available nationwide; click here for locations near you. SRP: 6pack: $7.99-9.99 and 12-pack variety packs with other Angry Orchard styles: $14.99-16.99 (depending on location), @angryorchard

Wölffer Rosé Cider


It’s no secret that we love all things Wölffer Rosé – those bottles though! – and the new Wölffer No. 139 Dry Rosé Cider is no exception. Grown, sourced and fermented in New York, this light and refreshing cider offering from the Hamptons-based winery invoked the style, sophistication and spirit of the Summer in the Hamptons vibe that Wölffer is known for. Devoted fans of Wölffer Rosé will surely want to add Wölffer No. 139 Dry Rosé Cider – an effervescent cider with a 6.9% ABV, available by the bottle or in a nifty can – to any summer drinking list.

Available nationwide, online and at select retailers. SRP: $16.00 for 4-pack bottles, $12.00 for 4-pack cans, @wolfferwine

Crispin Rosé Cider


The latest from the Crispin Cider Co. portfolio, Crispin Rosé is made with an aromatic blend of rose petals, hibiscus, along with pear and apple ciders, made from hand-picked, fresh-pressed fruit from the Pacific Northwest. Crisp and easy-to-drink like a cider while also dry like a wine, Crispin Rosé comes in a shareable six-pack with beautifully-designed packaging, making it perfect for all of those summer season outings.

“We have a big opportunity with Crispin Rosé with female drinkers,” explains Ashley Selman, Vice President of Brand Marketing at Crispin Cider Co. “We’ve been listening to and following them for a while, so we’re excited to finally bring female drinkers a rosé cider with quality ingredients that only Crispin can provide. Rosé is a popular and ever-growing drink, and we’ve definitely seen our existing Crispin fans react positively to our new Rosé.”

Available nationwide at grocery and liquor stores. To find Crispin Rosé and other brands within the Crispin Cider portfolio, click here. SRP: $9.99 for a 6-pack of 12 oz. bottles., @crispincider

Shacksbury Rosé Cider


Made in Vermont, Shackbury Rosé Cider is made with apples – mainly Mac and Empire – grown at Sunrise Orchards in Cornwall along with grape skins from local winemakers, giving it a unique flavor and color. A delicious mix of Vermont apples and hardy grapes, Shacksbury Rosé Cider has a cool, fruit-forward taste that is the perfect complement to any summertime soiree.

Find at a location near you, or purchase here. SRP: $9.99 for 4-pack of 12-ounce cans, @shacksbury

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