Food & Drink

What's Up With All This Rosé in The A?

Published On 08/23/2016 Published On 08/23/2016
Rose wine
I think more and more folks are drinking wine for refreshment rather than for richness and opulence.

Best place for outdoor rosé: Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall

Old Fourth Ward
Canned rosé is stocked at Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall on the BeltLine, and is best enjoyed in its rustic indoors environs, on the patio, or out on the expansive outdoor space.

Best selection of rosé: 3 Parks Wine Shop

Glenwood Park
The brilliant minds behind 3 Parks Wine Shop offer growler options that include rosé, plus a seasonal rosé-specific wine club during May, June, July, and August where, for $80 a month, you’ll receive six assorted bottles of wine hailing from regions all around the world.

Best spot for remixed rosé: Minero

Old Fourth Ward
Over at Ponce City Market, Minero has a signature sangria that’s a mixture of rosé, citrus, and cava -- a perfect complement to its charcoaled chicken tacos.

Best place to get rosé by the bottle: Barcelona Wine Bar

Inman Park
Head to this Spanish-inspired tapas spot to split a bottle (and half-off bottles on Monday). It's also served by the glass.

Best place to get rosé on tap: Venkman's

Old Fourth Ward
Venue-restaurant hybrid Venkman’s has rosé on tap, and it pairs quite well with the patio space and barbecue mussels, should you be into that.

Best spot for frosé: The Luminary

Inman Park
Frozen rosé (aka frosé) can be found at Krog Street Market’s French brasserie The Luminary (also likely at a summer dinner party thrown by your incredibly savvy and sophisticated friend).

Best place to get rosé in gummy form: Sugarfina

This Lenox Square candy shop found such success with its signature “Rosé All Day” gummy bears that it not only sold out within two hours of launching, but there’s a waiting list that’s already crept into the thousands. Thousands, people. This shit is getting real.