Eat and Drink Hooray for Rosè! 9 bottles under $25 you need to drink before summer ends By MELISSA KRAVITZ Updated August 28, 2015 12:09 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Hooray for rosè! The pink wine is in for the summer and drinking as much of it as you can is probably a good idea. Enjoyable with everything from grilled meats to fruit salad to ice cream to any picnic food imaginable, it's hard to think of a time when rosé isn't a welcome beverage. Ross all day! Stay classy but keep your wine budget in tow with these great ross wines all under $25! Cheers! Saved Magic Marker Rose Photo Credit: Saved Wines With a bottle designed by tattoo artist Scott Campbell, also known as best man in the Theroux-Aniston wedding, this rose is perfect to stare at and sip for the end of summer. Buzz has it that Scott?s friend Cameron Diaz has served this blend of Pinot Noir, Grenache, Cabernet Franc and Sangiovese at summer parties in LA and Jay-Z has been known to request it for Hamptons weekends with Queen Bey. We can't confirm the official celeb status of this bottle, but at $15.99 the price is right to drink like red carpet royalty! Find it at www.savedwines.com. White Girl Rosé Photo Credit: White Girl Rosé We first tasted White Girl Rosé with one of its creators, The Fat Jew. This partnership with Babe Walker of White Girl Problems makes all your summery worries go away, except perhaps where you can snag a coveted bottle. This wine has become the summer accessory of 2015! $15, Fresh Direct Wine and Spirits, if you're lucky. OneHope El Dorado Rosè Photo Credit: ONEHOPE You probably feel good about drinking all bottles of rose, but know that drinking OneHope can make you feel even better. A portion of proceeds from this bright-tasting pink wine are donated to help prevent ovarian cancer, through early detection and education. $18.99, onehopewine.com Barefoot Refresh Perfectly Pink Spritzer Photo Credit: Barefoot Mix Moscato with Grenache in this sparkling pink wine bottle! The wine is soda-sweet, nicely refreshing for a hot summer day, and pairs with everything from junk food -- think nachos and pizza -- to a nice plate of fruit. Find it for about $10 in local liquor stores. Wolffer Estate's Summer in a Bottle Photo Credit: Wolffer Estates It's summer in a bottle! Only air conditioned, if you keep it cool. This "table wine" makes the perfect host gift, or really just a gift to yourself on a sweltering summer evening. Made on Long Island with local grapes, this New York rosé has hints of cantaloupe, strawberry and peach to fulfill your fruity cravings. Each sip is hugely refreshing and the colorful bottle makes for a gorgeous vase or centerpiece after you down all the pink juice. $25, sherry-lehmann.com AIX Rosé Photo Credit: AIX Rosé International The unofficial "cheap" rosé of the entire region of Provence, AIX Rosé is recognized internationally as luxe beach party juice. Whether you're lying out in Southhampton, The Rockaways or Cannes, you'll want to be sipping this pink wine with notes of summer fruits. $17, sherry-lehmann.com Charles & Charles 2014 Rosé Photo Credit: Bieler And Smith "This Rosé may be pink but it's no "lady'" say winemakers Charles Smith and Charles Bieler. This vibrant pink wine varies in color by vintage and bottle, but you can guarantee a pop of flavor in each salmon-hued wine. Syrah, Mourvedre, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Cinsault and Counoise grabes all from Columbia Valley, Washington are all found in 2014's blend. Wild strawberry, raspberry and cherry notes are also cut with citrus and a sultry Herbs de Provence aroma, bringing you to the French seaside with just a twist of a bottle. $14, onestopwineshop.com 2014 Sauvetage Rosé Photo Credit: Club W Blended with Cinsault and Grenache from Provence, this light pink wine is full-bodied but still slightly fruity with strawberry and crisp melon notes. The tartness lets this rose, like any good rose, pair well with pretty much anything, from steak to seafood, so consider this bottle for your next surf and turf night! $16.99, clubw.com Villa Gemma Masciarelli Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo It may have a fancy name, but this Italian rosé made with 100% Montepulciano d'Abruzzo grapes is pretty much appropriate for all summer occasions. Let your palate explore the flavors of pomegranate, thyme and walnuts with a cold glass of this wine. Request it in your local wine store for about $15. By MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic We literally can't even: White Girl Rose is coming this June!"There's a little bit of white girl in all of us." 21 cocktails by NYC bartenders to shake up this summerStay in the A/C. Make drinks. Repeat. 6 bottled and canned cocktails to keep in your summer coolerDrinking outside has never been so easy. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.