Is wine one of your favorite drinks, but you’re looking for a way to spice it up a little? While most mixed drinks are made with spirits and liqueurs, there are a host of cocktails you can make with wine as an ingredient. Here are 5 delicious wine cocktail recipes you should try/
One of the classic wine cocktails, sangria is great for those summer evening get-togethers.
For a pitcher with four servings, you will need:
Combine the apples, oranges and sugar into your pitcher and middle for about forty-five seconds. Add orange juice and brandy; muddle for another thirty seconds. Pour in your choice red wine and stir to combine. Add ice and serve.
Kalimotxo was said to have been created in Spain in the 1970s due to servers trying to cover up the taste of bad red wine. It’s meant to be made with a low-brow wine, so just about any kind will do.
To make your own version of Kalimotxo, all you will need is:
Combine equal parts of red wine and Coke over ice. Stir with a bar spoon. Garnish with a lemon wedge and serve.
A refreshing, crisp Prosecco drink, this not-too-sweet concoction is a favorite of many.
To make your own version of what’s known as “Italian sunset in a glass,” you will need:
Fill a large wine glass generously with ice. First, pour your Aperol over ice. Next, add your Prosecco. Lastly, add a splash of club soda, garnish with an orange slice and serve.
This has similar features to your traditional sangria, but is made with alternate ingredients. Like the sangria, you can play with the ingredients to your own personal taste.
To make a front porch swing, you will need:
Combine your white wine, vodka, St. Germain, grapes, herb, orange wheel and strawberry into a shaker. Do not muddle. Top with ice and shake until chilled. Pour unstrained into a large wine glass. Replace your herb sprig with your fresh one and serve.
In the heat of the summer, everyone loves a good boozy slush and this cocktail, whose name is short for “Frozen rosé”, is a great choice that is sure to hit that icy, sweet spot when the craving comes.
To make frozen rosé, you will need:
Pour your rosé into a baking pan and put it in the freezer for 6-8 hours. It will not freeze completely due to the alcohol, but it will get slushy. When the rosé reaches this slushy state, combine the sugar and strawberries to help the flavors come out. Combine and blend all other ingredients, then garnish with an unsliced strawberry and serve.
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