If you’re a self-declared wine aficionado, then there's a restaurant in Old City, Philadelphia that has an event that's perfect for you.

On Saturday, June 8, head on over to Fork restaurant to celebrate National Rosé Day. Fork's Rosé Garden will be hosting an evening full of Rosé wine tastings and a dining experience based off their Rosé-inspired menu.

According to Philly Voice, the Rosé Garden officially opened today Friday, June 7th, and will also be open Saturday, June 8th. Throughout the rest of the summer, the Rosé Garden will be open on Fridays only.

One of Fork’s owners Ellen Yin told Philly Voice, “we drew our inspiration from Independence National Historic Park's nearby rose garden, where the Founding Fathers might have enjoyed a glass or two of al fresco.”

The Rosé Garden’s menu for opening weekend includes three featured Rosé wines, as well as an assortment of Rosé-infused entrees and desserts, like a sorbet doused in one of the garden’s weekly wines.

Fork is located on 306 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19106.