Platinum-selling band All Time Low have unveiled Summer Daze Rosé, their third wine release in partnership with Wines That Rock. Summer Daze Rosé will be available beginning June 30th exclusively from All Time Low’s Everything Is Wine webstore HERE.
Sharing its name with “Summer Daze (Seasons, Pt. 2)” from the group’s latest chart-topping album, Wake Up, Sunshine, the rosé stands out as a fresh and crisp wine accented by zinfandel grapes with a bright floral nose, notes of fresh strawberries, and melon complete with a light acidic finish. This harmonious (and loud) marriage of flavors leaves a lasting taste of cotton candy, cherry, and a faint citrus finish meant to be enjoyed chilled as the ultimate summer refreshment.
Singer Alex Gaskarth commented, “All roads lead to this: a foray into the endless summer, celebrated here in a refreshing rosé that we’ve been contemplating and anticipating since we first ventured into the wine space. We’re very excited about this one!”
All Time Low continue to make waves in the beverage category, adding another dimension to their connection with audiences. Last June, they initially joined forces with Wines That Rock and E2 Winery for a limited-edition Cabernet Sauvignon Everything Is Wine, a nod to their song “Everything Is Fine.” It sold out within an hour, leading to a waitlist of 4000-plus fans. Wine Spectator enthused, “We can get behind the sentiment.” On Black Friday 2019, the band unveiled a holiday two-pack, including both the re-release of the sold out Cabernet Sauvignon and a new Sauvignon Blanc. Additionally, All Time Low collaborated with RISE Brewing Co. for their very own Wake Up, SunshineNitro Cold Brew around the launch of their latest record.
All Time Low’s critically acclaimed eighth studio album Wake Up, Sunshine, was released on April 3, 2020 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard’s Top Rock Albums Chart. Forbespraised it as, “an album that crackles with youthful exuberance and the energy of a live show,” while Nylon observed, “All Time Low just wants their new album to make you feel good.” Newsweek claimed, “The foursome have also proved many times over they’re capable of writing songs that transport listeners back to times of teenage debauchery and carefree days.” The LP was described as “All Time Low’s most vibrant set to date” by Billboard, and “a perfect portrayal of how their roots and classic sound has matured” byAmerican Songwriter.