Summer rooftop parties and sunset dinners might be a thing of the past, but just because the temperature has dropped doesn’t mean you have to put the rosé away. In fact, there is no better time to celebrate a lovely rosé then this Saturday the 9th June in celebration of National Rosé Day.
To celebrate such a fabulous day in wine, Edenvale wine, the experts in the field of alcohol reduction and removal would love to share a recipe so everyone can enjoy this event.
Edenvale’s Rosé or sparkling Rosé is perfect for pregnant women, those abstaining from alcohol for various reasons, and health-conscious who still want to enjoy the social aspect of having a drink – without having a drink.
All day Rosé Mocktail.
• 10-30ml rosewater, to taste
• Dash of lime juice
• Un-scented Rose petal to garnish
Step 1: Chill a small wine glass in the fridge for an hour.
Step 2: Pour the wine and lime juice into the glass, adding the rosewater gradually until you have the desired strength.
Step 3: Garnish with a rose petal and serve.
Rose Berry Bliss
• 1 bottle of Edenvale Rosé
• 250 g frozen blueberries
• 1-litre pink lemonade
• 1-litre lemon-lime soda
Step 1: Pour a bottle of Edenvale Rosé into a large jug.
Step 2: Add 200frozen blueberries and pink lemonade
Step 3:Place in fridge for 1 hour
Step 4: Pour into flutes and top up with lemon-lime soda and a few blueberries and serve.
**Information & Recipes Courtesy of Edenvale/Evil Twin PR
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