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DIY – Homemade Bubbly Cocktails

 

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This time of year sparkling wine and champagne are in high demand.   We love to toast with champagne and we love to mix it up too.   Light and fruity wine cocktails are the perfect complement to any celebration. When you have some bubbles, a bit of spice, and some succulent fruit, you can’t go wrong.

How to choose good wines to use in cocktails?

Look for sweet wines that can combine well with spice and fruit for complexity, and bubbles, which aerate the wine for a sparkling fizz that is festive and fun. These wines are sturdy enough to stand up to ice, and the preparations are simple enough to whip up for a crowd. L’Chaim!!

 

Sparkling Sangria

A bottle of Jeunesse Cabernet Sauvignon poured into a pretty pitcher is the start of a fruity batch of this Sparkling Sangria.  The bright wine with its berry and floral fragrances combine well with all kinds of fruits. The dried apricots, plums, and apples complement and suggest a Middle Eastern flavor profile; adding the spice and bubbles of Ginger Ale contribute the “wow” factor.

 

Passion Fruit and Ginger Cocktail

Morad Vineyard’s fruity wine distilled in Israel from passion fruit is a newcomer to the party. Light and sweet, it is great on its own, but mixed with ginger and vodka in this cocktail, it makes the party.

Sparkling Cocktail

Bartenura makes its fruity sparkling Moscato and Rose in the Monferrato hills in the south of the province of Asti, Italy. The bold bubbles and natural sweetness makes for a great cocktail mixer with any kind of fruit. Chill the wine well in advance and feel free to substitute with any juice you fancy.

As seen in Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller Magazine (February/March 2013) – Subscribe Now

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About Elise Meyer

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Elise Meyer lives in Westport, Connecticut with her husband Henry Feuerstein and their two rescued Shih Tzus named Frosty and Nixon, now that the kids are off on their own. She writes for Fodor’s Travel Publications and Jetsetter.com, where she is part of the “Expert Travel Planning Service.” When not browsing international food halls or celebrating holidays, she can be found riding her (99 mpg) motor-scooter, working in the garden, writing her blog, Much Ado About Stuffing, or serving on some committee somewhere with a Jewish agenda.

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