What’s the Best Spring Wine?

Is One Spring Wine Better Than the Rest?

When the weather starts to turn warm, what do you reach for?  A lot of people assume Rosé is queen of warm weather wines, but there are many other alternatives that get just as much love in the springtime. 

We asked our Bright Cellars community about the best spring wines, and the results make us want to pour a glass of something light, bright, and refreshing. 

Drumroll, please!


  • 34.6% of respondents said they prefer Sauvignon Blanc in the spring. 
  • 27.2% of respondents chose Rosé.
  • 17.5% of respondents prefer Pinot Noir. 
  • 14.4% of respondents said they reach for sparkling wine. 
  • 6.2% of respondents said they prefer Merlot.

We also asked our Bright Cellars Instagram community and got some insightful responses:

  • I prefer a white blend 
  • Rosé just screams spring ???? 
  • Sauv Blanc all the way! ????
  • Chardonnay and Shiraz
  • Gavi di Gavi ???? ????
  • Chianti Classico!
  • Yes to all of the above

We love this energy! The best part about spring? You don’t have to drink one wine all season long. A subscription box like Bright Cellars comes in handy when you’re looking to try new wines that fit the occasion and your personal taste. Whether you’re a white drinker, a red drinker, a Rosé drinker, or a blend drinker, there’s always something more to explore with Bright Cellars. Take the quiz today to learn more about your palate preferences!

Now that we’ve established there isn’t one spring wine to rule them all, check out our blog post highlighting our 11 favorite spring wine suggestions and keep the good vibes going. 


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Our staff is full of passionate wine lovers. With our amazing sommeliers at the helm, we’ve been schooled on all things wine. We came together to write this article, in hopes of spreading a little wine-ducation with you.

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