Peppy, not sorry

Rosé All Day, Hook & Ladder Manufacturing Co.

illustration by KYLE SHINE

Mistakenly, rosé has gotten a bad rap. Food nerds moan about its popularity among the set of women who sport gemstone-studded T-shirts and “woo-hoo!” about wine. To reclaim rosé as the innocent varietal that it is, defiantly sip on Rose All Day ($11). The perky drink mixes Lillet Rose—a wine-based aperitif—with sweet hibiscus, a sour pinch of lemon, bittersweet Aperol and bubbly soda. It’s all atop a base of Forty Ounce Rosé, wine from France’s Loire Valley. Woo-hoo all day, we won’t judge. 1630 S Street,