4 Refreshing And Fruity Wine Cocktails

Wine cocktails are so much more than sangria and we have found four mouth watering cocktails for you to try! There is nothing like a glass of wine, at least in my book, but sometimes you want to taste something “different”. If you love watermelon, berries, pomegranate and peaches….give these a whirl and see if you don’t find them as refreshing as we did.  Cheers!

The Kitchen Is My Playground

The Kitchen Is My Playground


6 c. watermelon cubes, seeds removed
1/4 c. granulated sugar
1 T. freshly squeezed lemon juice
1 c. Moscato (or other slightly sweet white wine)

Place watermelon cubes, sugar, and lemon juice in a food processor or blender. Blend until smooth. Pour through a strainer to remove the pulp. Place strained liquid in a glass baking dish and stir in the Moscato.
Place the baking dish in the freezer and freeze the mixture for 2 to 3 hours, stirring with a fork every 45 minutes or so to break up ice crystals.
When ready to serve, spoon the watermelon slush into a wine (or other) glass, filling the glass about 3/4 full. Pour in wine and stir.

Recipe Source The Kitchen Is My Playground and Adapted from Watermelon Granita from You’re Invited by the Junior League of Raliegh, NC

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Fork And Beans

Fork And Beans



1 c. Riesling wine
1 c. sparkling water
⅓ c. fresh blackberries
⅓ c. fresh blueberries
⅓ c. fresh raspberries
handful fresh mint leaves
handful ice cubes

Place ice cubes into two cups.
Evenly divide everything into each cup.

Source Fork And Beans

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Nutmeg Nanny

Nutmeg Nanny


This pomegranate lime white wine spritzer is the perfect all year round drink. It’s made with white wine, seltzer, lime and lots of pomegranate seeds.

1/2 cup seltzer water
1 cup white wine
1 tablespoon pomegranate seeds
1 lime wedge

Add ice to a glass. Add wine, top with seltzer. Add pomegranate seeds and lime wedge. Enjoy!

Source Nutmeg Nanny




Easy recipe for the peach Bellini cocktail, made with fresh peach puree, prosecco or sparkling wine, and a dash of raspberry liqueur.


4 ripe peaches, seeds removed and quartered, peeled or not – based on your preference
1/3 cup water
Sugar or sweetener, if needed, to taste
1 750 ml bottle of prosecco or sparkling wine, chilled
Raspberry liqueur – optional


Blend the peaches, sugar if desired, and water until you have smooth puree.
Strain the peach puree; you should have more or less 3 cups of strained peach puree. Chill the peach puree for a couple of hours or until ready to use
To prepare the Bellini, pour the peach puree into champagne flutes or tall glasses, add a dash of raspberry liqueur, and gently top off with the prosecco or sparkling wine. The ratio is about 1:1 or 1:1.5 between peach puree and prosecco. For each drink I usually use about 2 liquid ounces (60 ml, 4 tbs or ¼ cup) of the peach puree about 2-3 liquid ounces of prosecco.

For a frozen peach Bellini, mix the puree, champagne, and ice in a blender, serve with a drizzle of raspberry liqueur. For a mocktail or non-alcoholic peach Bellini, replace the prosecco or sparkling wine with chilled sparkling lemonade or sparkling white grape juice.

Source Laylita

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