Its official: Summer is over, and Autumn is here. Beach days, short sleeves, and beach balls are the stuff of yesterday, and today is all about changing leaves, apple pies, and Halloween. This poses a problem for us rosé lovers. Spring and summer are the seasons of rosé, and it can’t be difficult to find aesthetic justification for our light pink nectar in the season of pumpkin spice lattes and hot apple cider. But don’t worry! We have a few tips and tricks for you to incorporate rosé into every element of your fall experience.
Get rosé with apple notes!
While lots of rosé can emphasize summery berry, peach, and melon flavors, it’s just as common for one to contain hints of crisp apple. A nice autumn rosé with apple notes will feel right at home with the stiff breeze, bright foliage, and crunchy leaves of fall. Drink a glass on the porch or take a bottle on a late season picnic, and let the fall vibes roll!
Mull your rosé!
Previously on this blog, we’ve shared a recipe for mulled rosé– and while it might seem unconventional, it’s just as delicious as a more typical mulled wine. As the days get shorter and the nights get colder, your rosé obsession can continue apace with some mulling spices and a nice mug. Just picture it- in a few months, late November, as fall starts to turn into winter, you can be curled up under a blanket by a window, sipping a steaming mulled rosé. Beautiful!
Tell your friends about autumn rosé!
Rosé might be considered a spring and summer treat, but you have the power to change that! By embracing autumn rosé, you can help start a trend to make rosé a year-round beverage. Throwing a 21+ halloween party? Rosé. Going for a walk in the crisp fall air? Bring a discreet cup of rosé. The options are endless.