I may not go in for all those special days of the month (I can skip National Corn on the Cob Day), but I do make special room for National Rosé Day. This June we are celebrating the holiday with a fresh Strawberry Peach Sparkling Frosé Recipe that is the perfect way to kick off summer.
We all need reasons to celebrate right now. We're fighting for the rights of our citizens, we're homeschooling and we are keeping businesses running. In my eyes, moms are superheros. I would love to treat all of you to a round on me. Since I can't scoot around the country pouring drinks, I can help inspire you and hope you'll raise a glass with me this weekend.
Strawberry Peach Sparkling Frosé Ingredients
(Makes 4-6 drinks)
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- 2 cup sparkling Rose, chilled
- 1 cup of Strawberry Lemonade, frozen into ice cubes
- 2 cup peaches, chopped and frozen
- Extra fruit for garnish
Strawberry Peach Sparkling Frosé Directions
- In a blender jar, combine chilled sparkling rose, frozen cubes of Strawberry Lemonade and frozen peaches
- Blend until smooth
- Garnish with fruit
More about Rosé
This pink wine is one of my favorites. Rosé wines are generally made from red grapes and are very versatile wines. The varietals most often used in making a rosé wine include Pinot Noir, Syrah, Grenache, Merlot, Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo, Sangiovese, and Zinfandel. Here's the thing, they don't have to be super sweet, in fact, my favorites often have a touch of citrus or mineral to them. Rosé wines can vary from sweet to dry, it's all a matter of taste.
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