2 cups strawberries 1 bottle Strawberry-Rhubarb Fruit Wine 1 tablespoon lemon juice Process in blender. Pour into a shallow pan and freeze for 30 minutes. Flake with a fork. Repeat three times. Divide into glasses. Let thaw til slushy consistency before serving. It’s that easy!
2 bottles Raspberry Fruit Wine ½ cup Limoncello (lemon liqueur) 2 lemons, sliced 1 pint raspberries 2 cups sparkling water Combine the wine, Limoncello, lemons, and raspberries in a large pitcher and refrigerate til cold. When ready to serve, top with sparkling water and stir.
Our dessert wines are great mixed with other wines too! 1 nectarine, chopped 3 slices of watermelon, cubed 1/2 cup blueberries 1/2 cup cherries, cut in half & pitted 1/4 english cucumber, peeled & sliced thinly (Opt) 2-2 1/2 cups of prosecco 1- cup soda ½ cup Black Currant Dessert Wine Directions: 1. Combine all […]
1 litre white grape juice 2 cups cranberry-raspberry juice 1/2 cup Raspberry Dessert Wine 2 apples 2 pears 1 navel orange—trimmed, quartered lengthwise and sliced crosswise 1/3 inch thick 2 cups seedless black grapes 2 bottles Raspberry Fruit Wine Ice cubes, for serving 1. In a 3-quart bowl, combine the white grape juice, cranberry-raspberry juice […]
Nice and scary for Halloween! 2 parts Black Currant Dessert Wine 3 parts Vodka 1 part Triple Sec 1 squeeze fresh lemon juice 1 part Pomegranate juice black licorice strings Shake together in a shaker with cracked ice. Pour into martini glasses . Cut 6 sections of black licorice and fashion into a spider hanging over the edge. […]
Who doesn’t love a slushie? 2 cups raspberries 1 bottle Raspberry Fruit Wine 1 Tbsp. lemon juice 2 Tbsp. sugar Puree the raspberries, wine, juice and sugar. Pour into an ice cream maker and process according to manufacturer’s directions. Scoop out of the freezer bowl and place in container to store until ready to drink. […]
1 oz. Raspberry Dessert Wine 1 oz. Black Currant Dessert Wine ½ oz Frangelico (hazelnut liqueur) 3 oz. lemonade Fill glass with ice. Mix all ingredients together and pour over the ice.
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