After a long tiring day at office, you will definitely want to sip something cool and relaxing. Of course, after hours of work your body will need something energizing to make you feel upbeat again. It is an accepted fact that fruit juices, do exactly that and give people a second burst of energy. But if you want a drink with an extra punch, why not try a delicious fruit juice with the twist of Red Wine?
Red Wine Cocktails are not just popular as stress busters, but they are also considered as lavish drinks for special dinners. To make things simple for you, we have presented these five excellent red wine cocktails to match different occasions.
This fruity wine punch is one of the traditional cocktails of Spain. Generally, sangrias are made with Four Seasons red wine, fresh seasonal fruits and club soda. This easy-to-make cocktail is popular at summer get-togethers and parties and will impress your taste buds with its sweet and citrusy flavours.
This delicious cocktail works as the perfect appetizer to complement a heavy meal. Made with Cabernet, lime juice, sugar and club soda, the Cabernet Cobbler tastes similar to well-aged champagne or sparkling wine. Apart from being served as an appetizer, this lip smacking concoction is also consumed as a dessert.
Red Wine Cooler
Coolers are preferred over fruit juices and fizzy beverages during summer. Red Wine Cooler is a delicious mix of red wine, ginger ale and lemonade. It will give you the perfect reason to sip wine during warm summer afternoons. It sweet and sour flavours will help you unwind and relax easily.
The Sommelier Martini
There are more than a hundred variants of Martinis, but this classic mix seems to stand out among the rest. This tropical concoction is made with Red Wine, Vodka, simple syrup and orange juice. It is one of the best drinks to order at a romantic dinner, where you are in the mood to sip something light and tasty.
Simple, straight and sour, that’s how you will describe the classic Bishop. This is one of the oldest wine cocktails that have featured on the menus of millions of bars around the world. Made with red wine, rum and simple syrup, this sweet-sour sipper will totally entice your taste buds.
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