OK, so we admit the obsession with rosé wines might be a little trendy. But here’s the thing: We don’t mind. It’s refreshing, it’s delicious, and it looks oh-so pretty in photos. Clearly, we’re not alone in this sentiment, because there are plenty of great spots to sip rosé in Naples this summer—with great special pricing, too. Total win-win (or wine-win?)


The French

The French carries through on the “rosé all day” promise. All summer long, enjoy a special menu of half-priced rosé wines and champagnes every day. Bonus: They pair perfectly with Chef Vincenzo’s classic, casual French brasserie dishes.


The Bay House

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We love hanging out at The Bay House—it’s so cozy, and the views of the Cocohatchee River can’t be beat—but they also have a great selection of rosés by the glass and by the bottle.


The Continental

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For the next level of rosé enjoyment, grab a seat at the outdoor bar in The Continental‘s picturesque courtyard along Third Street South, and try one of the expertly made craft cocktails they’re known for. PS, It’s a Champagne Cocktail features Tattersall gin, grapefruit crema, cassis and sparkling rosé—and PS, it’s really good.


Ocean Prime

Sip four specially priced rosé wines by the glass and bottle during happy hour at Ocean Prime from 4-7 p.m. daily. On Fridays, they add Veuve Clicquot Rosé to the half-priced list. We especially love it with oysters and Ocean Prime’s signature truffle popcorn.


Tony’s Off Third

Of course, there are times when a glass of wine on the couch can’t be beat. For that, stock up on bottles of the good stuff at Tony’s Off Third, an award-winning wine boutique with the best selection of rosés by the bottle that we’ve found in Naples.


The Hampton Social

We’re getting a bit ahead of ourselves here, but you better believe we’ll be among the first in line to try what The Hampton Social—which is scheduled to open at Mercato this fall—is best known for at its Chicago locations. (And to take a picture under the ubiquitous “rosé all day” neon sign.)  We hear the frosé—that’s frozen rosé—is delightful.

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