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Fruity Rosé Cocktails part II

Because who doesn't love a rosé cocktail?

By Christabel Brain
2018/06/07, 11:49 AM

The three melon cocktail


- 750 ml rosé wine- 125 ml brown or white rum - 125 ml orange juice- 250 ml ginger ale  - 1/2honeydew melon - - 1/2cantaloupe melon - - 1/4watermelon - - 12 mint leaves - - 45 ml lime juice - - 80 ml sugar


- Pour the rosé wine, rum, orange juice and ginger ale into a large pitcher. Stir.

- Use a Parisienne spoon to scoop out balls from the melons. Place the melon balls in the pitcher and add the mint leaves. Let it sit for 1 - 2 hours

- Pour the lime juice into a deep plate. Place the sugar onto another plate. Dip the top of the glasses first into the lime juice, then into the sugar to get a sugary rim on top of the glasses. Cool the glasses for 30 minutes, until the sugary rim hardens.

- Pour the cocktail into the glass to serve.

Grapefruit roséade


1 bottle of light rosé - 1/2 bottle of sugar free lemonade - 1 lemon - 1 pink grapefruit - 10 cl of grapefruit syrup - 50 g of powdered sweetner


- Wash the fruits and cut in halves

- Pour the powdered sweetener into a salad bowl. Add the fruits, the syrup and the wine. Let macerate in the refrigerator for several hours.

- Half an hour before serving, pour in the lemonade. Serve chilled over ice

Raspberry rosé


1 bottle of rosé - 10 cl of raspberry syrup - 10 cl of raspberry cream - 50 g of frozen red berries


- Pour the bottle of rosé into a large bowl, add the raspberry cream and the raspberry syrup

- Mix well and leave overnight in the fridge.

- Add the frozen red fruits and let macerate. Serve in a martini glass using a ladle to keep all the fruits inside the cocktail.

No time to make a cocktail? No worries, our rosé wines are fantastic on their own. Serve with a raspberry in the glass to make it a bit more special!

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