ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD
You can make rosé wines from almost any grape
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS The Hampton Social restaurant (pictured left) in Chicago, Illinois has probably the most famous #Roséallday Instagram photo opportunity in the world. Inspired by the beach side Hamptons resorts, this stylish restaurant serves seafood dishes and beach-themed cocktails. Look out for the neon pink sign and enjoy the happiest happy hour you could imagine with half priced glasses of Rosé and half priced pizzas Monday to Friday from 4-7 pm.
While you’re in town stay inside the beautifully restored landmark building, the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel and enjoy the popular rooftop restaurant, Cindy’s. With a dedicated “Rosé All Day” section on the menu, its one of the best places to enjoy a glass in the Windy city while enjoying panoramic view of Millennium Park.
PROVENCE, FRANCE Hard core fans of the pink drink can go straight to the source - Provence. Thanks to its climate and location, generations of expert winemakers have been producing award winning rosé in the region. Chances are if you drink the pink bubbly beverage, you’ve tasted one from here! A wine tour through Provence is a trip for a true Rosé aficionado to show off their knowledge. Stay in stunning vineyard hotels that produce award winning Provençal Rosé wine such as
NEW YORK, NEW YORK
If you like Rosé then you’ll love frosé, basically a slushie for adults! Legend has it, the cocktail was invented at Bar Primi in New York. It’s no wonder the Big Apple is responsible for this breakthrough thanks to its thriving night life scene, world class food and drink standards. Cool down and enjoy some frosé while taking in a skyline view of its hometown at the Plunge Park Avenue lounge (pictured center right) atop the Gansevoort Park Avenue Hotel. This trendy rooftop pool lounge also serves alcoholic ice pops on its summer cocktail menu.
THE HAMPTONS, NEW YORK
Finally, we have the Hamptons, where there seems to be shortage of rosé almost every summer! Known for being the seaside getaway for New York’s elite, it’s here where urbanites let loose at extravagant summer parties, held almost every weekend. Not surprisingly, rosé, frosé or anything pink and bubbly, is the drink of choice at these exclusive events, which might explain the shortages. To cope with the demand Wölffer Estate, a local winery, opened a rosé drive-thru (pictured right) this summer where you can stop by on your way to the beach to pick up rosé by the case, glass or bottle!