Because regular rosé is so overrated.

By Faith Brar
January 07, 2019

All things unicorn have been dominating our newsfeeds for over a year now. Case in point: These adorable, yet delicious unicorn macarons, unicorn hot chocolate that's almost too pretty to drink, unicorn-inspired rainbow highlighter, unicorn snot glitter gel, and unicorn eyeliner. Seriously, the list goes on forever. But if you thought the magical trend was dead in 2019, you thought wrong.

A Spanish winery dubbed Gik (the same company that brought us blue wine) now has the internet in a frenzy thanks to its latest concoction: "Unicorn Tears" wine-and you'd better believe it's pink and sparkly.

Photo: Gik

According to the website, they've created "a magical wine that brings happiness and optimism to their small winery in Navarra, Spain." Why? Because, "it's known that unicorn tears have the power to transform unexciting days into wonderful days," they say. Duh.

As for what's inside, the brand jokes that the wine is made with real unicorn tears in an undisclosed location. You might actually want to believe that because the cotton candy pink rosé does look magical AF. Take a look for yourself:

Photo: Gik

Unfortunately, this mythical mixture is only being sold in the EU (in three-, six-, or 12-bottle packs, for $11 to $15 per bottle). But don't give up hope just yet! Gik's blue wine did eventually make its way to the States, so we wouldn't be surprised if Unicorn Tears does too.

If you just can't wait to try it? Well, hey, it's a pretty good excuse to book a vacation to Spain.


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