If drinking rosé all summer has made you wish all your food could be pink, we just found you the perfect spirit. Wölffer Estate Vineyard has a gin that's made from actual rosé wine. Made in small batches using distilled wine as the base, Wölffer first bottled its pink gin last summer, using hand-picked juniper berries from its Hamptons vineyard. The booze has been slowly gathering a following of rosé-crazy fans ever since.
While gin made from wine might seem odd, gin is simply defined as any neutral spirit that is infused with botanicals. Winemaker Roman Roth uses a copper still to distill the rosé, creating a pure alcohol. In addition to the juniper berries, Roth uses six other herbs and seeds, including cardamon, coriander, and fresh mint also grown on the estate. As a final step, a very small amount of red grape skin extract is added for that pink hue.