A Refreshing Way To Serve Wine


Article by Alley Leto

Photography by Alley Leto

With the weather getting nicer and the temps rising, it’s a perfect time to get outdoors. A great way to get out of the house to be with your loved ones and create lasting memories. And if you are anything like me and like wine, I wanted to share an easy way that you can serve up your rose', white, or red wine this weekend.

This refreshing way to serve wine literally takes seconds to make. Not only will this drink keep you cool under the sun, it will also have an unexpected WOW factor when you serve it.

What You Will Need

+ Bottles of Wine ( I prefer rosé and sauvignon blanc since they are lighter and crisp)

+ Glasses

+ Real Fruit Popsicles

Before BBQ

+ Make sure you use a very chilled bottle of wine (white, blush or rosé). I like to put mine in the fridge the night before I serve. That way its super cold.

+ Another tip, is to buy popsicles that use real fruit only. The cheaper “fruit” popsicles won’t taste as good. Some of the real fruit ones have chunks of fruit in them which gives the wine more of sangria taste to it.

How to Serve

Keep wine on ice while outdoors and popsicles in a cooler with ice or in freezer until you are ready to serve. Once you are ready to serve your drink, place a popsicle in wine glass and pour wine into the glass over the popsicle. Serve immediately. That’s it! Super easy, right?

Time to Enjoy

For those that love dining al fresco and also love wine, this is a great way to enjoy a refreshing glass of wine while spending time outdoors and staying cool. This super simple way to serve your wine will sure to be a winner.

Hope this posts helps inspires you to think of different ways to serve wine during the warmer months of the year.

Cheers, friends!

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