As spring settles in, shelves are starting to fill up with rosés, and among them are some rosé ciders worth taking a look at, including today’s Drink of the Week. The Shacksbury Rosé Cider is a collaboration with Sunday in Brooklyn. Made from 100% fresh-pressed apples from Sunrise Orchards in Cornwall, Vermont, and to earn its blush, the fermented cider is left to age on Marquette grape skins (also from a local winemaker), which contribute a slight tannin to help even out the sweetness from the apples. Expect juicy, bright flavors of strawberry and peach with a perfect balance of sweetness and tartness. You can buy the cans online for $50 for a 12-pack, or check out shacksbury.com for more details on distribution.