Summer's Best Drinks
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Grilled Peaches in Wine
Drinks and dessert in one, Giada’s light after-dinner dish can be made with red or white wine.
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Red Wine Punch
Made with your favorite Italian red wine, Food Network Magazine’s rosy red punch is lightened with the juice of several lemons.
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Food Network Magazine’s White Sangria features dry white wine and sliced stone fruit.
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The flavors of dry and crisp Pinot Grigio are opened up with bright lemon and orange zests.
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Tyler’s light and citrusy cocktail simply combines two classic summer drinks: crisp champagne and refreshing lemonade.
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Red Wine Spritzers
Rachael adds bubbly seltzer water to dry Italian red wine and flavors her spritzers with fresh berries.
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Made with dry rose wine and a touch of brandy, this cool summer sangria boasts bright strawberries, raspberries and lemon.
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Emeril’s kicked-up cocktail boasts bottles of champagne, Triple Sec, Grand Marnier and cognac.
Raspberry Iced Tea Punch
Cool enough to quench your thirst and elegant enough to serve to guests, this white wine-based punch highlights the fresh flavors of ripe nectarines and sweet raspberries.
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Made with bubbly rose champagne and a splash of gin, this unique cocktail is slightly sweetened with simple syrup.
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Amaretto Sour With Prosecco
Amaretto liqueur is added to Italian Prosecco and mixed with fresh lemon juice to create a refreshing summertime sipper.
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Bobby’s simple sangria is made with Cava, a Spanish sparkling wine less acidic than many traditional French Champagnes.
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Bubbly on the Rocks
Food Network Magazine freezes fresh berries in ice cubes and adds them to crisp Prosecco. As the cubes melt, berries add subtle sweetness to the bubbly.
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Named after Renaissance painter Tiziano Vecelli, commonly known as Titian, this bright and sunny cocktail is made with Prosecco and grape juice and is studded with fresh mint.
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Citrus White Wine Spritzer
Rachael’s citrus cocktail features crisp Pinot Grigio and slices of zesty fresh lemon and lime.
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