17 Best Costco Rosé Wines in 2023 [Essential Buys]
Costco has fantastic deals on domestic and imported wines, and their rosé counter is arguably the best of any chain store.
What we love about Costco is the sheer variety of rosé wines, with sweet, acidic, and sparkling varietals.
There's a wine for every taste at Costco, and you'll never break the bank picking up a great bottle.
This article uncovers the 17 best rosé wines at Costco – consider it a cheat sheet to unique wine experiences served pale pink.
17. 2020 Willamette Valley Vineyards Whole Cluster Rosé of Pinot Noir - $15
This specially prepared rosé is made with the whole cluster, where the grapes are fermented with clusters intact to extract raw, free-run juice with gravity. Beautifully crisp and lively, we can't think of a finer thirst-quencher.
Willamette Valley Vineyards is in Oregon, specializing in sustainable Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The winery is rated "One of America's Great Pinot Noir Producers" by Wine Enthusiast Magazine – an impressive accolade.
The wine pours a medium pink with fresh berries and watermelon on the nose. Flavors of strawberries and cream, red cherry, nectarine, and honeysuckle dance on the tongue, with a crisp minerality on the finish.
With balanced acidity and a smooth mouthfeel, this wine pairs perfectly with balsamic salads, wood-fired pizza, charcuterie boards, and bruschetta. It's easy to pair and robust enough to serve on its own, making it perfect for parties.
16. Chandon Brut Rosé - $16
Chandon Brut Rosé is a crowd-pleasing dry sparkling wine with delightful wild strawberry, and cherry notes wrapped up with a creamy mouthfeel. It's dry on the palate, with crisp, persistent red fruit notes, making it perfect for savory foods.
Domaine Chandon is a world-famous winemaker with wineries in Argentina, California, Brazil, Australia, China, and India. Their Brut Rosé is made in Argentina from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Malbec subtly blended for a divine flavor.
Light pink in color, Chandon Brut Rosé has intense aromas of fresh red berries, peach, and white flowers. The palate fizzes with strawberry and raspberry, with a creamy, peachy mid-palate and a peppery finish that seduces you.
Light bubbles and a brioche-like aftertaste give this rosé a morish profile. Try it with scallops, lobster, shrimp scampi, and calamari with lots of ground black pepper and freshly squeezed lemon for a fruity, citrusy hit.
15. 2019 Gerard Bertrand ‘An 825’ Cremant de Limoux Brut Rosé - $15
A sparkling wine from Languedoc-Roussillon, France, 'An 825' Brut Rosé is one of the most elegant rosés at Costco. A flowery, aromatic nose and strawberry and honey flavors give it an elegant palate topped with fine bubbles.
The Gérard Bertrand is a French winemaker with fifteen vineyards in the Occitania region, one of the sunniest regions of France. ‘An 825’ is a blend of 60% Chardonnay, 25% Chenin Blanc, and 15% Pinot Noir.
Medium salmon in color with light effervescence, this 2019 vintage has a delicious bouquet of strawberries and raspberries. Flavors of red fruit, toast, and golden apple give it a refreshing palate. Semi-dry with a bright, acidic finish.
Food that goes well with this wine includes Camembert tarts, Roquefort parcels, fresh baguettes, savory pastries (especially croissants), and fresh berries. It also works well with sandwiches and party food.
14. Kirkland Brut Rosé - $9
If you want a crowd-pleasing, dry rosé wine with lots of bubbles, Kirkland Brut Rosé is the perfect tipple. This bubbly French wine blends Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Blanc, with lime, yeast, brioche, and strawberry on the palate.
Kirkland Signature winery produces wines for Costco. Most wines come from vineyards in California, but they also have vineyards in France, Spain, and Italy. Their Brut Rosé is made with grapes from Champagne, France.
Kirkland Brut Rosé has a nose of raspberry, almond, yeast, and lime, with elegant, voluminous bubbles. The palate follows with citrus, peach, pomegranate, and orange, with strawberry and red fruit on the finish.
Pair this wine with roasted pork, lentil curries, stuffed mushrooms and peppers, chicken schnitzel, creamy risotto, and smoky cheeses.
13. Freixenet Italian Rosé - $11
The luxuriously detailed bottle of Freixenet Italian Rosé sets the scene for an elegant, decadent sparkling wine. A delicate blend of Glera and Pinot Noir grapes, Freixenet Italian Rosé delivers the strawberry hit you crave with a twist of pear.
Freixenet is a family-owned winemaker based in Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, Spain. It is the world's largest producer of Cava and produces Prosecco Rosé with Glera and Pinot Noir grapes from Veneto, undergoing two fermentation stages to retain some residual sugar.
The result is a semi-sweet, light sparkling rosé with creamy notes. It's light pink, with red fruit and berry aromas. Crushed strawberry, red cherry, and a touch of lime make it a succulent affair with a zesty edge.
We love this wine's fine bubbles and light mouthfeel. Pair it with pink salmon, feta cheese, quiche, charcuterie, and soft cheeses. The addition of Pinot Noir means it also pairs well with pink lamb, venison, and olive dishes.
12. Miraval Rosé Côtes de Provence - $16
Miraval Rosé Côtes de Provence is a majestic flat rosé produced from early harvest Cinsault, Grenache, Rolle, and Syrah grapes. Beautifully fresh, it exudes the aromas of fresh fruit, with rich strawberry, currant, and rose flavors.
The Miraval Winery produces wines in the village of Correns, France, with vineyards spanning 500 hectares. It is known for producing intense rosé wines, and Rosé Côtes de Provence is one of our favorite varietals.
This rose is made with grapes from the Cotes de Provence appellation. It is a light rosé with red fruit, lemon zest, peach, and melon aromas. Raspberry, cream, and strawberry dominate the palate with a tart, crisp finish.
With an ABV of 13% and a robust mouthfeel, Miraval Rosé pairs well with grilled meats, risotto, wings, pizza, and pasta bake.
11. 2021 Boschendal ‘The Rose Garden’ Rosé - $9
'The Rose Garden Rosé is a South African wine with delicious mulberry flavors. It blends 40% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 30% Shiraz for zippy berry flavors and notes of spice and stone fruit for an earthy edge.
Boschendal is one of the Western Cape's oldest and most famous wineries, dating back over 330 years. 'The Rose Garden Rosé' is a summery wine produced with grapes from mature vineyards.
This wine is a perfect sipping number - it's soft, juicy, and brimming with ripe strawberries and forest fruit. Undertones of spice and pink citrus give it lots of depth. The finish is long and crisp, with white flower notes.
We love this wine with beetroot salad, asparagus, leafy greens, quiche, omelet, and parmesan spaghetti. The fruity, off-dry profile lends itself to salty dishes, with cold meats and calamari working very well.
10. Gloria Ferrer Brut Rosé - $14
Crisp citrus, pink grapefruit, and honeydew notes give Gloria Ferrer Brut Rosé a deliciously tart edge. Lively bubbles and a 12.5% ABV make it perfect for sipping, or you can enjoy it with light foods and cream cheese.
The Gloria Ferrer winery is in the picturesque hills of Carneros, California. It blends the culture of Spanish winemaking with the elegance of Sonoma County grapes, producing some of the finest sparkling wines you can buy.
This wine's gorgeous pink hue and fine bubbles lure you in, while a bouquet of orange blossom, citrus, and white flowers makes you drool. The palate begins with red fruits, followed by a tart combination of grapefruit and cranberry.
Rich and refreshing, this rosé stands out as a 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay blend, with a broader range of tree fruit notes than other varietals. Pair it with watermelon, tropical fruit, feta salad, and crusty bread with olive oil.
9. Château d'Esclans Whispering Angel Côtes de Provence Rosé - $19
Whispering Angel Rosé is one of the best-selling wines at Costco, and for a good reason – bright strawberry, juicy melon, and fresh raspberry explode on the palate, making this a quintessential rosé perfect for summer celebrations.
Château d'Esclans is a French winemaker with vineyards in the cool hills of Provence, producing exceptional, pure wines from the Grenache family. Whispering Angel is a blend of Grenache, Cinsault, Rolle, Syrah, and Tibouren.
This rosé stands out from the crowd with strawberry and peach notes, mild acidity, and watermelon on the finish. It borders on the tropical side, with a smooth, light mouthfeel and a slight tartness—good minerality with a touch of oak.
Salmon, tuna steak, goat's cheese tartlets, and pork chops go well with this rosé. It's bone dry with bright citrus flavors, making it a perfect pairing for fatty foods.
8. Kirkland Signature Prosecco Rosé - $7
Kirkland Signature Prosecco Rosé is a fantastic wine for sipping. A floral nose and red fruit flavors lead to a smooth mouthfeel, with lively bubbles and crisp acidity on the finish. It's produced in the Prosecco Rosé DOC and is a steal at less than $10.
All Kirkland Signature wines are produced for Costco, giving you high-end wines from premier regions at great prices. Their Prosecco Rosé is made with Glera grapes from Veneto, Northern Italy, fermented in stainless steel tanks for at least 60 days.
This sparkling rosé is a fruit-fizz sensation with strawberry, cherry, and raspberry notes. A touch of honey and watermelon gives it a lush, soft profile, with minerals on the finish.
Good acidity and a light mouthfeel make this an excellent sipping wine. We love pairing this Prosecco with chicken kebabs, cobb salad, soft cheeses, and baked potatoes. Salty, savory snacks such as pretzels and potato chips also work well.
7. Commanderie de la Bargemone Coteaux d'Aix En Provence Rosé - $14
Coteaux d'Aix En Provence Rosé is an intriguing tipple with a pink-golden hue, strong watermelon notes, and high acidity. Tart and crisp, it has a snap that easily cuts through fatty foods, making it great for pizza night.
Commanderie de la Bargemone has a history stretching back to the 13th century, making it one of the oldest winemakers in Europe.
Coteaux d'Aix En Provence Rosé is a blend of 40% Grenache, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Syrah, 10% Cinsault, and 5% Rolle.
All those grape varieties create complex layers of flavor. Aromas of melon, strawberry, and red currant dominate. The palate runs through berries, melon, light rose water, and herbs, with a touch of orange blossom on the finish.
This wine has lots going on, but watermelon, strawberry, and orange blossom are the dominant flavors. Bone-dry and acidic, we recommend it with creamy desserts and smoked meats served with sweet sauces.
6. Kirkland Côtes de Provence Rosé - $9
Kirkland Côtes de Provence Rosé tops our list of Kirkland rosé wines with a beautifully balanced floral and berry palate. Elderberry and peach notes give it a unique edge, with a subtle overtone of peaches and potpourri.
Available exclusively at Costco (like all Kirkland wines), you can expect a sharp, refreshing wine experience. The dry, long finish has salty minerality, with lingering notes of lime and strawberry – a perfect trio for summer fruit lovers.
Kirkland has mastered the art of blended wines, blending Grenache, Cinsault, and Syrah with this variety. It's aged 12 months in stainless steel and has an elegant, acidic edge that will appeal to Chablis lovers.
Smoked ham, grilled salmon, scallops, and lobster go great with this rosé. It also works as an aperitif to seafood and shellfish.
5. Ame du Vin Cotes du Provence Rosé - $15
Strawberry, watermelon, and peppery notes define this sumptuously juicy French rosé. A blend of Cinsault and Grenache, it has a creamy quality with persistent strawberry, orange, and grapefruit flavors with a twinge of sweetness.
The Ame du Vin ("Soul of Wine") winery produces wine in the sun-drenched Côtes de Provence, where distinctively acidic grapes thrive. Their Cotes du Provence Rosé balances the fruitiness of Cinsault with the acidity of Grenache.
Red fruit aromas and a pink salmon color give this wine a fruity personality, but the palate has more depth. White blossom, orange, melon, and lime flavors give it a sharp, crisp profile that is approachable and easy to drink.
Honey yogurt, dried fruit, fresh cheeses, and salty snacks are a match made in heaven for this Provence. Antipasti and charcuterie also work great.
4. K Vine 2020 Single-Vineyard Rosé - $10
K Vine 2020 Single-Vineyard Rosé is a floral, herby rosé with rich aromas and flavors of strawberries and cream. Not too sweet with balanced acidity, it's perfect for summertime picnics and family gatherings.
With only a 12% ABV, this light wine is ideal for sipping. The Single-Vineyard accolade means the grapes (Syrah) come from one vineyard (in this instance, a vineyard on the sunny hills of Washington).
Aromas of strawberry, cream, and Bosc pear lead to flavors of red fruit, rose hip, peach, and minerals. Dry, with a tart, crisp quality, this wine is perfect for wine beginners wanting to dip their toes into the world of single-origin rosés.
Because it's made with zingy Syrah, this rosé works brilliantly with lobster, seared salmon, tuna, and dense, meaty fish like halibut and monkfish.
3. Underwood Rose Bubbles (Cans) - $18 (x4)
Bottles are traditional but try throwing one in a bag with a few glasses! Canned wine is much easier to transport and doesn't get better than Underwood Rose Bubbles with its strawberry, watermelon, and buttery notes.
Underwood sells Rose Bubbles wine in a bottle, and the cans contain precisely the same wine. It has a light body, medium acidity, and a low alcohol content (11% ABV), making it the perfect wine for hot summer days.
Open the can, and you're greeted with crisp carbonation, fine, flowing bubbles, and a pink bubblegum wine. Aromas of strawberry, melon, lime, and butter lead to vibrant flavors of cherry, cranberry, watermelon, and ripe wild strawberry.
Since it's in a can, enjoying this wine with burgers, hot dogs, pizza, and anything else you can buy at a food stall sounds good.
2. 2020 Chateau Bas Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence Rosé - $13
This rosé is such a pale pink that it's easy to mistake for white wine, and it even has a touch of copper. But make no mistake – it is brimming with red summer fruits, citrus, and gorgeous floral notes with a touch of minerality.
The Château Bas winery is nestled into the hillside of Provence, France. It produces 100% organic and biodynamic wines, with vineyards spanning over 300 hectares across the Coteaux d'Aix en Provence appellation.
Pale pink and coppery, 2020 Chateau Bas Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence Rosé opens with a bouquet of watermelon, strawberry, and orange zest. The palate adds peach, melon, and a hint of pomegranate, with a crisp, dry finish.
Pair this wine with fresh crusty bread, aioli dip (a French Sauce made of garlic, olive oil, and egg), goat's cheese and grapes, and anchoïade.
1. Anna de Codorniu Cava Brut Rosé - $8
We end our list of Costco Rosés with a Spanish Cava big on cherry, strawberry, and forest fruits. Codorniu Anna de Codorniu Cava Brut Rosé perfectly balances acidity and sweetness with fine, persistent bubbles and a tart, savory finish.
Codorníu is the oldest wine and Cava producer in Spain, with over 450 years of history. Anna rosé is a tribute to the woman who changed the winery's history as the last family member to take the Codorníu surname.
This bright, sparkling wine has a strawberry and cherry nose, with undertones of almond, white blossom, and walnuts. The palate enjoys crisp notes of strawberry, raspberry, and ripe red cherry. It's dry and moderately acidic with a medium body.
Enjoy this Spanish Cava with tapas, paella, gazpacho, tortillas, salmon, and fishcakes. It also works well with doughy desserts like churros.