Millennials have taken a lot of heat over the years. From getting critiqued on the amount of avocados we consume, to getting blamed for killing things like napkins and running (really?), it feels like we can't catch a break. But I'm just gonna say it—millennials have great taste. We are the generation being held responsible for the rise of rosé after all. Rosé basically has its own season now thanks to us! And to prepare for it, Whole Foods is having a massive sale on the pink wine.
Whole Foods gets it. Pink wine is awesome. Drinking it tastes like sunshine and tan lines and brunch by the pool (yo if anyone has a pool, hmu). That's why they're putting 12 bottles (12!!!) on sales for the next two months.
According to Refinery29, the sale starts Wednesday, April 4 and each wine was handpicked by Whole Food's Master Sommelier Devon Broglie and his team. The price of the wines range from "ugh, I've got food at home," to "I'm buying the good cheese to go with this."
The complete list of wines, listed by the sale price, include:
Orlana Rosé Vinho Verde 2017, $7.99
El Terrano Rosado, $9.99
Santa Julia Innovacion Malbec Syrah Rosé, $9.99
French Blue – Bordeaux Rosé, $10.99
Skouras Zoe Rosé 2016, $11.99
Calixo Cava Brut Rosé, $12.99
Folie en Provence – Provence Rosé 2017
$12.99 - $24.99
Alivetto IGP Ile De Beaute, $13.99
Forty Ounce Rosé, $15.99
Summer Water Rosé 2016, $17.99 – $39.99AIX Coteaux d’ Aix en Provence Rosé, $17.99 – $34.99
Pure Provence & Rosé, $19.99
Refinery29 also reports that not only will these wines be on sale now through the end of May, but May 25 marks National Drink Wine Day. Around the "holiday," Whole Foods will also have 20 percent off every single rosé in the store. Whole Foods! You're too good to us.
From cotton candy to gummies to cider, rosé is coming out in full force this season. I can't wait to put on my shades, pour up a glass, and enjoy it with some avocado toast on a rooftop this summer. #ProudMillennial