Spoiler alert: Rosé is (always) the official drink of summer, and it’s time to find this year’s go-tos. Here are our favorite bottles you can pick up in Dallas that won’t totally tank your bank account.

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Santa Julia

Santa Julia Brut Rosé (Argentina, $12)

The only thing better than a good rosé is one that sparkles. This is heavy on the red fruit notes but not too sweet.

Where to buy it: Whole Foods

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Kerloo Cellars

Kerloo Cellars Rosé (Washington, $21)

No, not all of the best American wines come from Napa. Sorry, Napa.

Where to buy it: Royal Blue Grocery

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Stoller Family Estate

Stoller Family Estate Rosé of Pinot Noir (Oregon, $16)

This bottle is strong and aromatic. The ruby red grapefruit flavor is definitely coming in hot (or shall we say haute).

Where to buy it: Royal Blue Grocery

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M de Minuty

M de Minuty Rosé (France, $19)

This Côtes de Provence fave will take you and your dinner-party guests to Saint-Tropez quicker than you can say “Another round, please.”

Where to buy it: Tom Thumb

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Meiomi

Meiomi Rosé 2016 (California, $25)

It’s the brand’s first rosé, but dang it, they absolutely nailed it.

Where to buy it: Whole Foods

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Saved

SAVED “Magic Maker” Rosé (California, $15)

Named after his beloved tattoo studio in Brooklyn, Scott Campbell’s dry rosé is almost as lovely as his perfect wifey, Lake Bell.

Where to buy it: Kroger

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Whispering Angel

Whispering Angel Rosé (France, $20)

Described as dry, nervy and focused (just like you at your last meeting of the day before happy hour).

Where to buy it: Pogo’s Wine and Spirits

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Miraval

Miraval Rosé (France, $20)

May Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s relationship RIP, but may their wonderful Provence winery live long and prosper.

Where to buy it: Total Wine

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