Who can resist the freshest, berriest of rosés? From the limestone hills north of Tarragona comes a tart, refreshing rosé by winemakers Mariona Vendrell and Albert Canela. The cheerful backstory: Mariona and Albert fell in love at age 20 and created Succés Vinicola after discovering a mutual passion for winemaking. Patxanga is 100% Trepat, a red-wine varietal indigenous to northeastern Spain. The fruit is organic and handpicked from 40-year-old bush vines, after which it’s aged in steel for a clean finish. A rosé we like to drink all year long.