Rosé-loving parents, get ready for some of the best news you've heard since we discovered this must-have wine bottle pool float for all your Summer lounging needs: Welch's has created a sparkling rosé that's less than $3 so you can party all Summer on the cheap. The catch? Well, it's definitely a catch, but hear us out: it's nonalcoholic.
Why, you may be asking, is a nonalcoholic rosé exciting? For starters, as we mentioned, it's cheap. Even if your favorite liquor store rosé comes in around $10, you're still saving those George Washingtons. Secondly, it's the perfect solution for drinking delicious rosé responsibly while your kids are around. Although we all love a glass of the real stuff every
day now and again, this sparkling grape juice — just like Welch's white and red versions — means drinking at kid parties and family BBQs with all the taste of rosé but none of the alcoholic effects.
Finally, this is a rosé your kids can sip on! Not that telling your kids they're "drinking wine" is advised, but it's a grape juice, so they can have a refreshing glass of it on a hot day, or, if your kid is the one who walks around drinking out of everyone's glasses without anyone noticing, you don't have to worry they're sipping actual wine by accident (we all know this kid, consider yourself lucky if they aren't yours).
That sounds like a win, win, win to us.
Oh, actually, there's one last thing: you can get Welch's Sparkling Rosé ($3) at Target. Mic drop.