Relax With Our Favorite Rosé Wines This Summer at Ruth’s Chris

When you want to cool down on a hot summer day, you simply can’t go wrong with a glass of rosé. Fortunately, the award-winning wine list at Ruth’s Chris features a wide selection of blushing bottles for the season. Make a reservation at a Ruth’s Chris Steak House restaurant near you this summer to relax with some of our favorite rosé wines!

The Ruth’s Chris Rosé of the Summer: Studio by Miraval Rosé Blend

Available by the glass or bottle at every Ruth’s Chris, Studio by Miraval is our can’t-miss rosé for summer. This pale pink blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Rolle, and Tibouren hails from arguably the most prestigious rosé region in the world: France’s Côtes de Provence.

In addition to quintessential rosé wine tasting notes like red fruit, citrus, and delicate florals, Studio Rosé by Miraval possesses a unique character thanks to salty sea sprays from the Mediterranean. All these flavors will dance across your palate throughout the rosé wine’s long, rich finish. Furthermore, Studio by Miraval’s high acid content makes it an especially refreshing choice for those hot summer days.

Imagine lounging at your local Ruth’s Chris with a glass of Studio Rosé by Miraval in hand. What could be more relaxing than that?

Pinot Noir Rosé Wines at Ruth’s Chris

If you prefer particularly dry pours, then you’ll love relaxing with a glass of our available Pinot Noir rosé wines at Ruth’s Chris. Rosés crafted from Pinot Noir grapes typically feature crisp acidity and lower sugar content.

A brief period of contact with the grape skin gives these wines their pinkish color, along with a touch of tannins. Unlike with Pinot Noir reds, however, summer flavors of strawberry and rose petal really shine through.

Here are some of our favorite Pinot Noir rosé wine offerings available at select Ruth’s Chris restaurants:

White Zinfandel Wines at Ruth’s Chris

Does a sweet tooth dictate your taste in wine? In that case, one of our White Zinfandel rosé wines should suit your palate. Ranging from off-dry to sweet, these bright pink drinks are usually lighter-bodied, lower in alcohol, and bursting with fruity flavors fit for summer.

For instance, rosé wine drinkers at select restaurants can order a glass of California’s Sycamore Lane White Zinfandel, known for its pleasant aromas of watermelon and strawberries. In Huntsville and Chattanooga, we recommend relaxing with our Montevina “Summit Ridge” bottle from Amador County, California—a slightly sweet rosé wine with notes of cherry and fresh watermelon.

The Best Rosé Wine Pairings at Ruth’s Chris

In short, you can really pair anything you like with a glass of rosé! While white meats and fish pair exceptionally well with rosé, blush hued wines tend to make for versatile food pairings. Therefore, you could savor a Petite Filet just as easily as our Salmon Fillet while you relax with your rosé wine.

Visit Ruth’s Chris to Sip on Rosé Wines This Summer

Did any of our rosé wines tickle you pink? Make sure you visit Ruth’s Chris Steak House this summer to taste them for yourself, whether at Happy Hour with your friends or during a romantic dinner out. We look forward to serving you!