Five Wine Cocktails to Enjoy This Summer

Five Wine Cocktails to Enjoy This Summer

Looking to mix it up but keep your favorite beverage around? We've found five easy cocktail recipes that involve wine and hopefully a lot of lounging, sun, and fun-- oh, and fruit-- lots of fresh fruit!

Everything's Coming up Rosé

The light and floral taste of rosé is as refreshing as it sounds, especially when you substitute it for the sweeter, more potent wines you find in sangria. If you want to stray from sweet altogether, skip the Lillet rosé. AsFood and Wine recommends, always serve chilled!

8 ounces chilled, dry rosé

4 ounces Lillet rosé

4 ounces fresh lemon juice

2 ounces simple syrup

1 ounce aperol


4 ounces chilled club soda

Chopped strawberries and grapefruit

Strawberry Wine Punch

Hosting a Fourth of July party? This is the perfect cocktail to serve a big crowd, especially when the theme is red, white, and blue! As always you can put your own spin on each drink by adding more festive fruit or decorations like these napkins or flags to insert in each drink.

Moscato wine (or bubbly rosé for less sweetness)

Strawberry daiquiri mix


Fresh strawberries

Fresh blueberries

Ginger-Lime Spritz

Light and invigorating, this cocktail is so easy to make and will leave you wanting more (responsibly of course!). Full recipehere.

1 2-inch piece peeled coarsely chopped fresh ginger

2 ounces fresh lime juice

2 ounces simple syrup

16 ounces dry Prosecco or other sparkling white wine

Club Soda

Mint sprigs

White Wine Mojito

The mojito is a classic drink that has many variations, including thiswhite wine version that will enliven your taste buds and your guests.

1 750 mL bottle of white wine

2 cups of Italian sparkling lemonade

3 limes (2 juiced, one for garnish)

1 cup of fresh mint


Bring brunch to your home with this delightful and summery drink! Make it fancy with cut strawberries or watermelon, serve in a pitcher and when you're done--simple!  Freeze and enjoy later.

6 cups frozen strawberries 

1-2 cups of ice

1 bottle of rosé

1 tablespoon of honey

Blend away!

Of course if you would like to make your cocktails with no alcohol, you can always substitute for non-alcoholic wine or depending on the recipe, club soda or ginger ale.

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