Think Rosé Is Basic? Here Are 8 Fearless Celebrities Who Aren't Ashamed to Admit They Love Rosé

Ina Garten, Brad Pitt, Drew Barrymore, and other celebs can't hide their love of rosé.

Rosé is absolutely everywhere these days. Rosé is in cans. Rosé is in forties. Rosé is even in your chocolate and your ice cream and your deodorant (???). "Rosé all day" and "yes way rosé" is scrawled on t-shirts and glassware and even shoes.

So if you think rosé is just way too basic at this point, we don't blame you (though we respectfully disagree). But as it turns out, plenty of celebrities are also fully on board the rosé bandwagon. In fact, some even take their rosé affection to the next level. If loving rosé is wrong, these eight celebs don't want to be right.

1.  Ina Garten

If there’s one thing we love more than rosé, it’s the host of Barefoot Contessa. And when she’s not shopping at a farmers' market in the Hamptons or cooking up a week’s worth of meals for Jeffrey, she might be enjoying a glass of Vin Gris, an “organic vibrant, fruity and crisp” rosé that Ina tells Bon Appétit is absolutely her rosé of choice. So now it’s probably ours as well.

2.  Drew Barrymore

In addition to acting, producing, starting a makeup line, and being a mother, Drew Barrymore also oversees her own line of Barrymore Wines. (It’s unclear when exactly she finds the time to enjoy the wine.) One of those wines is a to-die-for rosé, which Drew describes as “creamy. Peach and apricot. Grapefruit-forward. Without any sweetness. Enough citrus to keep it crisp. No stinging lemony aspect that can come into an acidic wine.” Stop talking and start pouring.

3.  Rick Ross

P. Diddy and Pitbull favor vodka. Ludacris and Nas are into cognac. Jay Z loves him some champagne. But rapper and producer Rick Ross? Pass the rosé. He’s specifically a fan of Luc Belaire, a rosé from the south of France that comes in a black bottle and retails for around $30. Ross has included mentions of Luc Belaire in both his music and music videos, and even sent 200 bottles of it to Floyd Mayweather as a gift ahead of a fight. Rosé fever knows no bounds.

4.  Kourtney Kardashian

When talking to PEOPLE about her diet and exercise routine, the Kardashian sibling revealed that her favorite type of wine is rosé, though not strictly for the taste. Instead, she said that she drinks it when she’s trying to lose weight, explaining that “if you’re cutting down on sugar, it’s good to know that rosé wine usually has less sugar than red or white.” Hey, whatever works.

5.  Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie

With the duo’s recent split-up this one is a little sad in hindsight, but the former power couple co-owned and produced a well-known and award-winning rosé. The couple has produced the popular Château Miraval rosé in Provence since 2012 (the first 6,000 bottles sold out in just 5 hours!), though it’s not currently clear what their split will mean for the future of the wine.

6.  Emma Stone

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According to Life & Style Magazine,the La La Land actress is gaga for the pink stuff, stating that’s her absolute favorite type of wine when it’s time for a glass. On the other end of the spectrum, however, is chardonnay, which Stone is apparently not a fan of at all. So keep that in mind if you’re ever heading over to her house for a dinner party.

7.  Martha Stewart

The queen of home décor is a fan of many different kinds of wines, but when you need to pick the perfect rosé for your get-together, she’s as much of an expert as anyone. Her Martha Stewart Wine Co carries eight of her favorite varieties of rosé, and we think it’s in all of our best interests to try all eight of them in order to find our favorite. Now that would be a good thing.

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