Rosé wine is not enjoyed by most wine professionals and experienced people due to poor public vision in the wine world. A rose is considered plain and simple. While this may be true at times, it is not necessarily a bad thing. You should drink wine for yourself, not for other people. If wine snobs say the rose is plain and unsophisticated, but you like it, no one should stop you.
I like to drink roses in various settings. One, for example, when it comes to ordering a bottle of wine in a restaurant, but I eat meat and my date is eating fish. In that case, we would have to order two separate bottles or order by the glass. Since a bottle is much better than ordering by the glass in most cases, having pink is the most delicate option.
I also prefer pink for lunch, because a red one seems too heavy. Some foods that go well are hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, etc. for which white is too light, but red is too heavy. Rose has that nice middle ground, which is why so many people like to drink it as a casual wine. It also goes quite well with pork, especially with ham or salami. It is acidic enough to cut through fat, but not strong enough to completely distort the flavor of meats.
Rose wine is also great for picnics and the warm summer months if you don’t like white wine. It is much lighter and descends more easily than a strong, full-bodied red.