20 Best Rosé Wines for $15 or Less
Juicy cherries and mountain herbs come to mind when sipping and swirling this wine. A gem from the Côtes du Rhône of France, it is medium-bodied with plenty of juicy ripeness, yet still dry on the palate.
While most rosé is dry, this Italian pink wine offers light sweetness for those who like it a bit more luscious. The flavors of sweet ripe berries are well-balanced by bright acidity, leaving the palate refreshed after each sip.
It doesn't get more classic than a pale pink rosé from France's Provence region. This wine follows tradition with light flavors of fresh berries, cream, and distinct minerality that is uplifting in the palate. It is best enjoyed on its own, or with light food.
An incredibly pale rosé from Provence, this Cuvee has floral and cream aromas that give way to light flavors of orange blossom and lemon zest. It is a dry wine best served well-chilled alongside fresh seafood.
Côtes du Rhône is known for easy drinking wines, and this rosé is no exception. The cheerful wine is reminiscent of spicy cherries and berries with long-lasting flavor on the dry finish.
This classic dry-style rosé from California balances impeccably the flavor of soft fresh red fruit such as cherries and berries and an earthy herbal element. Proceeds from the sales of this wine go toward cancer research, which is an extra boost of feel-good vibes.
This wine from Mendoza, Argentina, is an easy drinking rosé suitable for any occasion. Bursting with citrus and raspberry flavors, it also has a mineral driven core that keeps each sip clean and fresh.
Pretty and pale, this wine from Provence is more earthy than fruity. The flavors are of fresh young herbs and chalky minerality, with notes of strawberries in the background for balance.
Anjou, in the Loire valley of France, is known for bright and tangy rosés that make great companions to food. With citrus zest and berry flavors, this wine is easy to enjoy on its own or alongside light fare such as grilled fish and salads.
South Africa is a warm climate, which tends to make wines full-bodied and intense -- and that's the case with this rosé. From the rich color to the big flavors of cranberry and pomegranate that last on the tongue, this wine has a lot to offer.
The United States has a long history of making wine from different families of grapes, as they still do at Duplin Winery in North Carolina. This is its seasonal pink wine, a touch sweet and very juicy with flavors of peaches and berries.
Vinho Verde from Portugal is most often a white wine that is light and mildly effervescent. This rosé version combines the best of both worlds in a light and spritzy pink wine with gentle, permeating red fruit flavors.
This French wine is on the richer side of European rosé, offering flavors of spicy plums, cherries, and berries. The style is dry and crisp, which enhances the fruity elements by contrasting with their juicy ripeness.
An easy-to-love rosé from Rioja in Spain, this is vibrant with mouthwatering notes of citrus, pomegranate, and cranberry. The flavors are concentrated and long-lasting on the dry finish.
This wine from the south of France is a crowd-pleasing combination of zesty grapefruit flavors and sweet mellow apricot, adding an element that is almost creamy. The finish is dry with hints of more citrus and herbs.
This fruity wine from California features bold flavors of plum, flowers, and zesty minerals. The overall effect is clean, dry, and crisp while delivering vibrant and long-lasting flavor.
The flavors in this wine have a unique sense of place, stemming from a grape indigenous to France's Mediterranean island of Corsica.
Portugal is known for having great value wines, including their less common rosés. This pink wine features bright fresh berry flavors with subtle floral undertones. Overall is it light, delicate, and easy to enjoy.
This Rhone Valley producer is known among wine professionals as one of the best value houses on the market. Like its white and red, its rosé hits all the right spots, offering juicy fruit with a dry, herbal finish.
Oregon's Underwood has gained a reputation as one of the best canned wines on the shelves. Its rosé is bright and juicy, with flavors of strawberries and cream. The volume is equal to half a bottle of wine.