‘The world ran out of pink,’ said the production designer of Barbie, one of the most anticipated movies of this summer. In a recent interview with Architectural Digest, Sarah Greenwood claimed that the construction of Barbie Land somehow caused an international shortage of pink paint. While the world may indeed have experienced a shortage of pink, rest assured that our supplies are fully stocked with perfectly pink non-alcoholic rosé wines— including sparkling, still, and even proxies.
Grab your favorite glass, gather your friends, and let our non-alcoholic rosé wines add a touch of pink perfection to your summer months. Whether you’re celebrating National Rosé Day, toasting to warmer summer months, or looking for a perfect pink to sip while watching the upcoming Barbie premiere, we’ve rounded up the most exquisite rosé wine best sellers below. We even found a sip for Barbie’s party!
It’s tough to live up to the expectations of someone who resides in Barbie Land, but the sparkling Château del ISH wine is up for a challenge. It’s a classic pink pour: cool climate Merlot and velvety Pinot Noir come together in a dry, balanced palate. It’s fruit-forward but not overwhelmingly sweet, and the bubbles add a dry feel that appeal to the sugar-averse drinker. ISH recommends pairing with salads, sushi, soft cheese, or a creamy risotto. We love it as a picturesque welcome drink for guests or a satisfying complement to a hot bath after a long day. In our eyes, there’s always a moment for a touch of sparkling rosé.
Eins Zwei Zero Sparkling Rosé is a non-alcoholic rosé from one of the finest wine producers in the country, Weinguit Eins Leitz. It’s a perfectly portable canned rosé that you can chill, pack in your bag and carry along if you’d like to watch a movie in the park—or throw it in your car, if you’re headed to a drive-in theater. Pinot noir grapes are macerated for six hours and pressed to create a lush interplay of red flavors: red fruit aromas, classic notes of rose hips and sky berries freshened with hints of grapefruit. An elegant minerality and fine bubbles with a refreshing backbone of acidity balance out the ripe fruit flavors for a dry finish. The final effect? A berries-and-cream-like non-alcoholic rosé well suited for casual sipping, mixing into spritzes and apéritifs, and toasting to Barbie alike.
Another portable option is Jukes 8 The Rosé. It’s a light, approachable pink pour, striking a perfect balance between rich flavor and a finely tuned finish. Inspired by the wild Provençal countryside and the Mediterranean coastline, Jukes 8 is a modern, zero-proof take on a fine Provençal rosé, but an unusual one. Organic apple cider vinegar is gently macerated and blended with the finest fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices to create a wine-like build meant to be mixed with chilled still, sparkling, or tonic water. For us, taking a moment to pour and mix Jukes into our favorite wine glass is a simple, meaningful luxury. It’s so tiny even a Barbie could fit it in her purse!
If you’d like to stream the movie from the comfort of your own home, we got more amazing bottled options. This still rosé is the latest addition to Thomson & Scott’s non-alcoholic Noughty line. An elegant still wine variety with aromas of ripe summer berries, fresh apricot, and a balanced palate with a gently lingering finish, it sings sun, blue sky, and dining on the patio. Just pour a glass for a whiff of a serene, delightful lifestyle, and get transported to the utopian pink city full of smiley Mattel dolls.
Barbie mentioned, she has a giant blowout party with all the Barbies coming up, so if you happen to find yourself in the same position, the French Bloom 12-bottle bundle is a perfect fit. Le Rosé is an elegant, celebratory serve in which organic French grapes from Southwest France come together in a pleasantly pink, hard to resist palate. Beyond its graceful bottling and taste, we should also note Le Rosé is organic, Halal certified, free of sulfites, and low in sugar. For as much as it leaves out, Le Rosé offers even more: depth of flavor, sensational acidity, fine bubbles, and a bottle that practically begs to be gifted. The brisk acidity lends itself to pairing with richer dishes; French Bloom co-founder Constance Jablonski loves it alongside foie gras and cheesecake. As for us? Yes. We wholeheartedly support both pairings.