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9 Rosé Seltzers That’ll Make Your Summer Bubbly AF

Pink wine season just got a whole lot more fun.

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It’s no secret hard seltzer has been growing in popularity, and rosé, of course, has always been a summer staple, so to combine the bubbles of seltzer with rosé seems like the next natural step. Some companies are doing just that with rosé-flavored hard seltzers, and others are bringing the bubbles to already boozy rosé. If you’re 21 or older, check out all of the canned sparkling rosé and rosé seltzer options that’ll really up your pink wine game this summer.

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Barefoot Strawberry Wine-Based Hard Seltzer (4 Cans)
Target

This Barefoot hard seltzer gives off rosé vibes, thanks to the Strawberry Guava flavor. The 4% ABV 8.4-ounce cans are filled with Barefoot Pinot Grigio (so, it’s technically not rosé, but it’s pink, so we can let it slide), sparkling water, and natural flavors. When you want a break from the really hard stuff, this seltzer is the perfect fit.

$8
Coastal Rosé Spritz Variety Pack (6 Cans)
Drizly

Coastal Rosé mixes rosé wine, sparkling water and fruit juice for a light 5% ABV sip that’s described as “fruity and floral.” This variety pack, which comes with six cans, includes three flavors: original, watermelon, and pineapple.

$15
Smirnoff Spiked Sparkling Seltzer: Four Ways To Rosé (12 Cans)
Target

Unlike many other seltzer and rosé hybrids, Smirnoff’s Spiked Sparkling Rosé Seltzer comes in a variety pack for four different flavors. The quartet of fruity offerings — raspberry, pink apple, white peach, and strawberry — all promise to complement the subtly sweet tartness of rosé and the fizz of a classic seltzer with a 4.5% ABV.

$16
San Juan Seltzer Rosé Variety Pack (12 Cans)
TotalWine

This rosé seltzer variety 12-pack includes both classic rosé and peach rosé flavors. Described as “crisp” and “refreshing,” each 12-ounce can features a 4.2% ABV.

$18
SipClean Rosé Wine (4 Cans)
SipC

Looking for all of the flavor with none of the buzz? SipClean Rosé Wine is a bubbly non-alcoholic sip that’s a great alternative to your usual ABV-heavy wines. The 12-ounce cans feature a bright blend of Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, and they’re described as “the quintessential alternative to regular wine.”

$18
Bubble Butt Rosé Seltzer (8 Cans)
Bubble Butt

With an 8.4% ABV, Bubble Butt Rosé Seltzer is a little boozier than some of its competitors. Crafted with all natural ingredients, each can boasts California sparkling wine grapes and a special seltzer process that gives the sip “champagne-style bubbles.”

$30
JuneShine Rosé Hard Kombucha (6 Cans)
JuneShine

Reap the health benefits of some ‘booch with the flavors of rosé in JuneShine’s 6% ABV Rosé Hard Kombucha. The San Diego-based company keeps the recipe simple by pairing its OG Kombucha recipe with low-sugar organic red wine grape juice.

$30
Bev Rosé (8 Cans)
Bev

Described as a “crisp, dry and a lil’ fizzy,” Bev Rosé packs plenty of fruity flavor and an 11.9% ABV. Each can boasts notes of fresh strawberry, raspberry, and white peach, and they don’t skimp on the portions. Four cans of Bev Rosé hold 1.3 bottles worth of wine, or 750 milliliters.

$49
Hallmark Channel's Cheers Rosé Wine Seltzer (24 Cans)
Hallmark Channel

With all-natural ingredients, this 8.4% ABV wine made from California sparkling grapes has seltzer added just before canning to give you “champagne-style bubbles,” according to the Hallmark Channel website. Hallmark movie viewing isn’t required to sip this rosé, but it probably pairs pretty well with a rom-com.

$96
$86