Cocktail recipes featuring wine as an ingredient.
Start your evening off on the right foot with the Kir Royale #cocktail. This sophisticated beverage gets its name from Felix Kir, a hero of the resistance in World War II. With an interesting history and deliciously sweet flavors, this classic cocktail is a must for any aperitivo hour.
This cocktail has #Scotch and #Riesling in it. The pineapple juice brings something special out of a good blended Scotch. #Pineapple gives the drink a crisp citrus zest, but also brings a lot of sugar into it – hence the Riesling, to balance it out. To bring this drink back down to earth, we picked some fresh #thyme from my garden and mixed it into a quick and easy simple syrup mixture; that really did the trick.
For this #outdoorsy twist, the recipe starts with grilled slices of #oranges. The oranges are then pressed with sugar and topped with wine and crushed ice. Any wine (red, white, or rosé) as long as it’s dry or off-dry. The #versatility of the cobbler makes it great for experimenting with whatever ingredients you have on hand.
While most people know how to make the mimosa there are four other #sparkling #wine-based cocktails every self-respecting host should know how to make. These are some of the most storied and famous sparkling wine based #cocktails out there, so it’s high time you learned how to make them! Get the #recipes here!
In honor of daylight saving time, we’re celebrating our extra hour of “thyme” with this herb-infused, Sec Back your Clock-tail, perfect for all of your daylight-saving festivities. What better way to celebrate sec-ing back your clock and gaining thyme than with a delicious, herb-infused clock-tail? Yup, we just went there.
All the Prosecco #cocktails on our list can make for #easy #brunch cocktails, and can also be a means to elevate the simple (yet delicious) #sparkling wine. Plus, these five recipes are by far VinePair’s most searched, sought after, and replicated #Prosecco cocktails, so you know they’re sure to be #crowd-pleasers.