Come summer, we can’t get enough rosé! While we typically drink this steely pink wine chilled in a glass, it’s also a great way to add a rosy tint to one of your favorite cocktails. Here, five cocktails to make with your favorite bottle of rosé.
Frosty and perfect for our Texas weather, Real Simple has made this summer classic even easier. They use the ingenious hack of freezing the rosé overnight in ice-cube trays so your drink doesn’t get watered down!
Mix up any classic marg with an added splash of our favorite pink-hued wine! Wood and Spoon makes one that’s not too sweet.
This refreshing porch pitcher sangria is perfect for your next outdoor get-together! Traditionally made with a red or white wine, Williams Sonoma opts for rosé, fresh citrus juices, and warm weather fruits to keep up with the summertime vibes.
Think of this recipe from Dorothy Lane as an adultified version of your childhood pink lemonade! The trick to keeping this cocktail cool is freezing the lemonade along with sliced citrus fruits and strawberries in a Bundt pan or mold and letting it float in the wine and juice mix. It will melt slower while also not diluting your punch with water.
Second to rosé, an Aperol Spritz is our next favorite summer drink! Bon Appétit magazine updated this classic Italian cocktail with rosé instead of plain prosecco, giving this classic aperitif a lovely rosy tint.