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Rosé Recipes To Try This Summer


We love rosé any time of the year. But there is something about summer nights that really make rosé refreshing. You can drink this pink wine as is or mix it up and make a cocktail with it. Bottom line, there is really no wrong way to drink rosé.

Rosé is a pink wine. The color comes from the color of the grape skin, but it's not enough to classify itself as a red wine. But that is a-okay with us. (Especially Darby, her fave color is pink). It's a perfecting pairing to if you want a more sweet wine.

Next time you have guests coming over or just trying to impress yourself at home we suggest having a meat and cheese platter and throwing a few rosé drinks in the mix.

1. Strawberry and Peach Rosé Sangria

Photo & Recipe via: What's Gaby Cooking

A summer fruit pairing of peaches and strawberries. It doesn't get better than that.

2. Frozen Rosé

Photo & Recipe via: Basil and Bubbly

The other day we stumbled into a place to try and find this. They had just ran out, so we decided to find a recipe to make our own at home. Nothing is going to stop us from having frozen rosé.

3. Lavender Lemonade Rosé

Photo & Recipe via: Plays Well With Better

We just think the addition of lavender is going to be so refreshing.

4. Rosé Mimosa

Photo & Recipe via: Photo & Recipe via: Crawford Wines

We vote mimosas can be made with rosé instead of champagne everyday of the week.

5. Watermelon Rosé Margaritas

Photo & Recipe via: How Sweet Eats

Watermelon is the fruit of the summer!! Time to add it to your summer beverages as well.

6. Floral Rosé Cocktail

Photo & Recipe: Martha Stewart

Adding flowers to drinks make us feel sooo fancy!

7. Rosé Slushy

Photo & Recipe via: Style Me Pretty

Another way to have a frozen rosé cocktail.

Cheers!!

--Labels and Lacquer girls

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