In case you missed it, we’re on the cusp of everyone’s favorite reason to drink pink wine: rosé season. (If you did miss it, understandable.) And while getting a shipment of any type of wine would be amazing right now, a shipment of rosé is just the thing to remind us that we have warm days ahead of us. Even better, make it sparkling rosé.
Usual Wines, which is known for its single-pour bottles, just launched a limited edition rosé combo pack for the occasion, which features a new brut rosé variant. According to the brand, the sparkler is similar to its still rosé—crisp and easy to drink with notes of strawberry, rose petal and rhubarb—but with bubbles. (And there’s nothing bubbles can’t improve, if you ask us.) Aside from being summer in a bottle, the wine is also low-intervention and free of added sulfites or sugars.
Most importantly, you can get the rosé combo pack delivered to your door, no outside trips required. It comes in both a 12- and 24-bottle pack (half still and half sparkling) and each 6.3-ounce bottle is enough for an extremely generous pour of wine that you could split between two glasses, but don’t have to.
A box of 12 bottles costs $96, but the shipping is free, and orders go out beginning May 19 so you have plenty of time to prepare for summer (or, um, rosé season).