Le Vieille Ferme Rosé, $20.00 3 liter

Imagine this scene: Late July. It's one hundred degrees or so. You've just found some shade and now you want something cool and refreshing. A glass of cold rosé!

Here's another scene: It's five degrees outside. Been that way for a week. The furnace is blowing hot air on the back of your neck and the fireplace has dried all the moisture out of your throat. You want something cool and refreshing. A glass of cold rosé. This one, a 3 liter bag in a box (yes a box) is ideal. Dry of course, light and crisp with refreshing acidity, hints of strawberry and bubblegum, this will soothe your dry throat better than a Loudens, and the box, with the convenient spigot, will last through any snow day. As if that weren’t reason enough to buy it, the price works out to just five bucks a bottle.