Not that we honestly need a reason to have a glass of rosé, but it's only right that you partake on the day designated for the pink-hued wine. National Rosé Day is celebrated on June 10, 2023, and you can guarantee that wine lovers everywhere will be excited to pop a bottle of their favorite brand.

Getting its color from the actual grape skins, the great thing about rosé is that it satisfies just about any wine palette—from the connoisseur that prefers a dry sip to the person who likes a sweeter variety. So, whether you like sparkling, semi-sparkling or flat varietals, we wanted to put you on to a few of EBONY's favorite brands.

Below, check out the selection we're pouring up for National Rosé Day.

La Fête du Rosé

Created by longtime spirit industry executive Donae Burston, this Black-owned brand was created to redefine who drinks wine, and when. Inspired by the golden shores of St. Tropez (also where the wine is grown), La Fête du Rosé is perfect on a warm day with hints of strawberry, grenadine and currant coming through your palate.

La Fête du Rosé

Price: $27

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B. Stuyvesant Champagne

Birthed in Brooklyn, this Black-woman created company is perfect for sitting on the stoop with friends over great conversation. This National Rosé Day, you can even order rosé flavored popcorn to commemorate the holiday. B. Stuyvesant Champagne's rosé is the perfect choice if you want to feel fancy, with notes of raspberry and redcurrant.

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B. Stuyvesant Champagne

Price: $69

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Abbey Creek Winery

Considering himself an accidental winemaker, Bertony Faustin simply wanted to excel in a career that made his Haitian father pride. As Oregon's first Black vintner, Faustin's winery is unapologetically rooted in Black culture. As you sip his "Oh You Fancy Huh" rosé, make sure yu also have your favorite hip hop playlist cued up and ready to go.

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Oh You Fancy Huh

Price: $100

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Theopolis Vineyards

Theodora R. Lee aka Theo-patra, Queen of the Vineyards, is a bold and dynamic Texan and San Francisco trial lawyer, who is now bottling her own award-winning wines. Her 2022 estate-grown rosé of Petite Siarah is enhanced by notes of subtle grapefruit, pie spices and a soft creaminess.

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Estate Grown Rosé of Petite Sirah

Price: $29

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Longevity Wines

Owner Phil Long, also president of the Association of African American Vintners (AAAV), birthed his brand from his love affair with his wife, Debra. The 2022 "Pink" Pinot Grigio is made in the Italian ramato-style resulting in a captivating copper-hued wine rich in flavor and bursting with flavors of bright citrus, pineapple, pear and green apple.

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"Pink" Pinot Grigio

Price: $32

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