Let's start with how Rosé should be served - chilled and in a proper wine glass (which means it should have a stem), but that's no problem because I'm sure you have The Wine Brush to clean your wine glasses.
Now, when it comes to pairing wine with food, Rosé is frequently overlooked, but it shouldn't be. You may have noticed it is pretty common to serve Rosé with your appetizers, and that is because it is known to pair well with creamy cheeses, smoked meats, various nuts, and olives, all of which are frequently found on a charcuterie board. It also is a lovely pairing with a Nicoise Salad or a Caprese Salad.
There are a few things you won't want to eat with your "pink wine," such as heavy red meat and overly rich foods but aside from that, bring it on. Poultry? Yes. Lobster? Duh. Salmon? Hell Yeah!
This is also one of the best wines to serve with foods from around the world. Indian Curry, Moroccan Food, Thai Fare, and Mexican Cuisine are all great pairings for Rosé. Do you ever order Sweet and Sour Chicken from your local Chinese Take-Out joint? If you do, do yourself a favor and pick up a bottle of Rosé to enjoy with it! Cheers!