‘Tis the season for al fresco brunches, shorter hemlines, no-makeup makeup, and if you’re hanging with my crew, #roseallday. Rosé wine has become the unofficial bff for celebrating the longer days, and while we’re fully embracing 2020 as the year of the house party, I think it’s safe to say that rosé has officially earned its “summer water” badge of honor for good reason.

The popularity of rosé comes from its light, refreshing qualities, plus the fact that it pairs well with just about any summer meal. And if you stay away from a few of the big brand names, it comes at an attractive price point you can pick up at just about any large grocery or liquor store.

We’re kicking off summer by choosing our favorite bottles you can score for under $30. We compiled this list by polling our editors and a few industry pros to get the lowdown on the ones they’re picking up on repeat. Scroll on for their favorites…

Las Jaras 2019 Rosé ($27.00)

Château Peyrassol Rosé ($23.50)

2019 Gerard Bertrand Gris Blanc Rosé ($13.99)

Broc Cellars 2019 Love Rosé ($22.00)

Rezabal Txakoli Rosé 2019 ($19.99)

Las Jaras Superbloom ($27.00)

Jolie Folle Rosé 2018

Yes Way Rosé ($12.99)

Miravel Rosé 2017 ($21.99)

The Palm by Whispering Angel 2017 ($14.99)

Ruza Zinfandel Rosé 2018 ($17.99 for a 4-pack)

Babe Rosé ($13.99 for a 4-pack)

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    Camille Styles | June 12, 2020 at 7:04 am

    SUCH a great roundup, Kat. As a rosé lover myself, I’m gonna be bookmarking this post so I can refer back before any trip to the wine aisle. My current fave is Peyrasol, and I’m excited to try some of these new ones!

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    Natasha | June 14, 2020 at 8:05 am

    Omg yes, I’m so ready for rooftop season! Rosé is the perfect summer drink


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    Michelle Nash | June 15, 2020 at 3:21 pm

    Recently tried Peyrassol and am OBSESSED! I hadn’t heard of it before but I love how dry and crisp it is. Thanks for the recos Kat!

    • Camille Styles | June 16, 2020 at 6:54 am

      It is our fave too… almost dangerous to open on a summer evening b/c it’s highly probably we’ll drink the whole bottle.

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    Jill | June 20, 2020 at 5:20 pm

    Great roundup, but I have to recommend an addition to the group: RAMONA Rosé!

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    Kelly K | June 25, 2020 at 12:35 pm

    Las Jaras for life. Also recommend Jenny Dawn Cellars’ rose. She’s a black winemaker in Kansas!

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