Sangria (for 20 persons)

Sangria
  • Ingredients

3 vanilla beans

2 teaspoon cinnamon powder

1 bottle of soda

300g of sugar

1 small bottle of rhum or cointreau

1.5kg oranges

700g lemon

5L quite full-bodied red wine

  • Instructions

Prepare the Sangria at least 1 day before.

Step 1: Peel oranges and lemons (only half) and slice them. In a bog container, add the red wine, the sliced fruits, sugar, cinnamon and split              vanilla beans. Leave it in the fridge.

Step 2: Just before serving, add 0.5 very chilled soda bottle.

Step 3: Add other fresh fruits such as strawberries, peaches, bananas, grapes and so on..

 

New York Sour

New York Sour
  • Ingredients

60ml (2oz) whisky

1 tsp red  wine

1 tsp sugar

0.5 pressed lemon (juice)

  • Instructions

Pour whisky, lemon juice, sugar and redwine. Add some ice cubes.

 

Queen Charlotte

Queen-Charlotte
  • Ingredients

60ml (2oz) red wine

30ml (1oz) grenadine syrup

Lemon-lime soda

  • Instructions

Pour red wine and grenadine into a collins glass over ice cubes. Fill with lemon-lime soda, stir, and serve.

 

Nutty Bartender Cocktail

nutty-bartender
  • Ingredients

90ml (3oz) red wine

90ml (3 oz) white wine

90ml (3oz) ginger ale (e.g. Canadra Dry or Sprite)

45ml (1.5oz) vodka

45ml (1.5oz) amaretto

15ml (0.5oz) cognac

1 dash orange liquor (e.g. Cointreau, Grand Marnier)

  • Instructions

Pour the red and white wines, plus the ginger ale into a mixing glass half-filled with ice cubes. Add the vodka, the amaretto and the cognac. Shake gently. Pour into a glass half-filled with ice cubes. Top off with orange liqueur and serve.

 

California Martini

California Martini
  • Ingredients

90ml (3oz) vodka

15ml (0.5oz) red wine

1 tbsp dark rum

4 dashes orange bitters

  • Instructions

Shake with cracked ice and pour into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with an orange twist.

 

Burgundy Bishop

Burgundy Bishop
  • Ingredients

30ml (1oz) white rum

1 quarter of fresh pressed lemon (juice)

1 tsp sugar

Red wine

  • Instructions
Shake rum, juice of lemon, and sugar with ice and pour into a glass over ice cubes. Fill with red wine and stir. Decorate with various fresh fruits and serve.

Aurelie

Aurélie is the main Editor and Author of Blogwines.com She particularly likes French wines and specialized in Champagne. She was born and raised surrounded by vineyards where she grew her passion for wines.

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