Ah, summer—a time when people like to imbibe a little something called "summer water." I'm talking about rosé wine, the pink drink that keeps many a pool party goin' strong. For summer 2017, keeping a fresh stash of rosé just got a little easier—if you're willing to drop some coinage up front, that is.
Summer Water Societé claims to be the "first ever rosé wine club," and it launches today. Here's how it works: Members of the Summer Water Societé will receive three magnums of rosé (each of which holds the equivalent of two standard bottles of wine!) in May, June, and July, as well as a rosé-themed gift each month. May will bring you a baseball cap, June a S'well water bottle, and July a Summer Water Societé beach towel. It's a way to guarantee that the rosé keeps flowing throughout the summer. But it'll cost you: A membership is priced at $350, with free shipping.
The club is a collaboration between the online fashion store Yes Way Rosé and Winc, a digitally native winery. The wine that comes with the membership is actually called Summer Water Rosé, and it has notes of strawberry, pink grapefruit, and white peach, according to the Winc site.
So, is this a good deal? Think about it this way: It's a total of 18 bottles of wine (considering each magnum holds twice as much as a typical bottle of wine) at $350—making it about $19 per bottle. Maybe the perfect gift for a rosé-loving friend? Or, that friend with a beach house who likes to host parties? The only snag is that it's just one brand of rosé. If you don't like Summer Water Rosé, you're kind of stuck with a lot of it for the summer.
The choice is yours, rosé-lovers—but act fast. There's only a limited number of memberships to this exclusive club, according to a Summer Water Societé press release.
And for the rest of us who might not be able to join this elite group (or who can't commit to 18 bottles of rosé in one summer): Here are nine great rosés under $25. That's summer wine on a budget, my friends!
This story originally appeared on Self.
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