Rosine (/roʊˈziːn/) is an unincorporated community in Ohio County, Kentucky, United States. Bill Monroe, The Father of Bluegrass, is buried in the town and memorialized with a bronze cast disk affixed to the barn where his music remains alive. The community was named for the pen name of Jenny Taylor McHenry, poet and wife of founder Henry D. McHenry. The ZIP Code is 42370 and the area code is 270. The nearest towns are Horse Branch, and Beaver Dam; and the nearest major cities are Owensboro and Bowling Green. The community sits at an elevation of 429 feet. At one time, Rosine was a thriving community with several stores, a school, a pickle factory, and a bat mill that milled bats for the Louisville Slugger bat factory.