SHOP TALK

It’s sum­mer­time and the drink­ing should be easy. On that note, meet the #mil­len­ni­alpink pours that your cooler needs. These bevs are lower in al­co­hol than rosé wine and tran­si­tion well from day­time hangs to evening sip ses­sions. Cheers!

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The new way to rosé, olive oil de­coder, and our fa­vorite foods at the su­per­mar­ket

RAMONA RUBY GRAPEFRUIT WINE SPRITZ

This cit­rusy pick checks all the right boxes: It’s re­fresh­ing, pink, and easy to sip. Plus, just look at that cool can. $18.99 for a four-pack, drinkra­mona.com

CRISPIN ROSÉ CIDER

Even wine snobs will gulp down this su­per-crisp, fra­grant blend made with rose petals, hibiscus, ap­ples, and pears. $9.99 for a six-pack, crispin­cider.com

WÖLFFER ES­TATE NO. 139 DRY ROSÉ CIDER

This win­ery-made cider gets its fla­vor from six dif­fer­ent ap­ple va­ri­eties and strikes the right bal­ance be­tween clean and com­plex. $16 for a four-pack, wolf­fer­cider.com

AN­GRY OR­CHARD ROSÉ

What makes this rosé cider special? Red-fleshed ap­ples—yes, they’re a real thing! The re­sult: a sweet drink with a dry fin­ish. $9.99 for a six-pack, an­gry­or­chard.com

ORIG­I­NAL SIN DRY ROSÉ CIDER

Crafted with only New York ap­ples, this smooth cider drinks way above its price point. $13.99 for a six-pack, origsin.com

CIDERGEIST BUB­BLES ROSÉ ALE

Fruity beers are hav­ing a mo­ment, and this su­per-fizzy, slightly tart ale is a warm-weather no-brainer. $9.99 for a six-pack, rhi­negeist.com — KEN­DALL WENAAS

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