By Susy Atkins, The Telegraph
But in case you get bored of your rosé, you can easily make cocktails with it. Here are some ideas to get you started. Bear in mind that styles of rosé vary a great deal, from crisp and bone-dry to richer, juicy and medium-sweet, and, of course, sparkling. If it matters which style you use in a particular cocktail recipe, I have said so below - otherwise, just pour your favourite pink. But (important, this) always ensure your rosé is fresh and young, as its lovely scent and vivacious, tangy flavour should stand out, even in a cocktail.