February is cominnnnng, y’all, which means ALL the rosé recipes. But let’s be clear about one thing— this doesn’t mean February is the only month for it. We are firm believers that *all* months are fair game for some rosé, amen?! Which is why we’re bringing you our Strawberry Lemonade Rosé featuring our Rue de Pearl Rosé. This one is sure to be a crowd favorite!
Here’s what you’ll need:
-1 bottle Rue de Pearl Rosé
-Strawberry slices for garnish
And here’s how you make it:
In a glass with ice, pour your pink lemonade until about half full. Top with Rue de Pearl Rosé and garnish with fresh strawberry slices. Serve and enjoy!
Wham bam — it really is as easy as that! This recipe is perfect for the ladies (and gents) who aren’t all about a dry rosé, but don’t want their wine too sweet, either. The added lemonade and strawberry slices gives it just enough flavor without making it tase *too* sweet and still maintaining the bold flavors of the rosé.
Like always, you can check out our instagram @corksandcheers for the video on how to make this!
Hello, hello C+C community! We hope you’re staying warm in these cool months and, per usual, we’re here to do our part in helping that be the case! Today’s drink is for our old school Cherry Coke lovers! We’re pairing your favorite vino with your favorite fizzy soda and it does not disappoint! Meet: Cherry Cola Red Blend!
Here’s what you’ll need:
-1 bottle Acronym Red Blend
-Cherry Cola of your choice (we used Cherry Coke!)
And here’s how you do it:
You guessed it — pour your chilled cola about halfway up your glass and top with your Acronym Red Blend. Serve and enjoy!
This one just might be the simplest drink recipe we’ve given you to date — so simple that we aren’t even telling you to garnish! Simply pour and enjoy! The hint of cherry mixed with the bold flavors of the red blend are your palate’s dream, truly, and the fizzy element gives it that refreshing, crisp edge. We are big fans and we think you will be, too!
Per usual, you can check out our instagram @corksandcheers for the video on how to make it!
Well, well, well — it’s finally spring, April is in full swing, and we are all mandated by the government to enjoy it ALONE from the comfort of our own homes. I don’t know that any season of life has ever warranted our desperate need for a national wine holiday more than this one, right?!
But fear not, beloved Quaranteam — international Malbec Day is here to save the day…or week..or month? Or however long this quarantine lasts! Basically, it’s here to save the day for as many days as you need it to!
Today, to celebrate, we’re featuring one of our absolute favorite bottles, Espuela Del Gaucho Malbec. This Malbec boasts an incredible flavor, marked by hints of dark cherries and plum that mix effortlessly with notes of vanilla and chocolate. Basically, trust us when we say you should probably go ahead and buy more than one bottle because you’re not going to want this one to end. Plus — quarantine — you feel us?!
We paired this Malbec with some Pretzel Thins and a pair of Murray cheeses. We used both English Cheddar as well as their North Sea Cheese and we highly recommend both. They are the perfect pairing to compliment your glass (bottle?) of Malbec.
In all seriousness, though, we hope you & your loved ones are all staying healthy and safe during this crazy time! We think now is the perfect time to pour yourself a glass of wine, and take a moment to truly unwind, be it alone or with your quarantine partner — 6 feet apart, of course!
Cheers and happy Malbec Day, friends!
Well, friends, Easter looks a little bit different for us this year unfortunately…but that doesn’t mean we still didn’t find a way to celebrate!
Just because we’re all quarantined to our houses and aren’t getting to have our normal Easter celebrations, doesn’t mean the bunny is off duty! That’s why we’ve come up with this SUPER easy little Easter gift basket…perfect for dropping on a friend’s doorstep or gifting your Easter host when you get to celebrate (even if it’s a few weeks late!)
For this little gift, we went with the perfect spring-pink drink — our Chalkboard Rosé — and paired it with these delicious, limited edition Lindt Chocolate Neapolitan Truffles! All we did was grab a cute basket while on one of our *essential* grocery store trips, added some pretty easter grass to the bottom, and put the wine and chocolate inside! So simple, so cute, and thoughtful enough to remind your people that just because we’re not together, doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate!
To make it a little more personal, throw in a handwritten note of encouragement — because who doesn’t love a little bit of affirmation to go with their wine and chocolate! We know we do!
The best part about this — you can make it over and over and over again to gift to as many friends as you want!
We hope you’re staying safe and healthy friends… and we hope you’re finding the beauty in a quieter, calmer Easter this year! Hoppy Easter & Hoppy Gifting!
Hey, friends! We’re coming to you today with a SUPER simple snack idea or a really easy appetizer to throw together and take to your next get together.
As everyone knows, charcuterie boards are the “cheese & crackers” of the 2020’s and to be honest, we’re wondering why it has taken this long for people to realize how much people prefer this as an option at a party.
You’re probably familiar with the lavish boards that are sprinkled throughout Pinterest and Instagram, and while we LOVE those, today we’re giving you the “oh my gosh, I forgot I’m supposed to bring a dish to share!” option…meaning a few blocks of cheese, some pita chips, and *most* importantly, WINE!
For this super simple pairing, we used gruyere and gouda paired with Stacey’s Naked Pita Chips and a bottle of our delicious Acronym Red Blend. Per usual, you could change up the cheese if you want, or you can heed our advice and trust that these were a pretty perfect pairing!
As always, you can find our delicious Acronym Red Blend at your local Kroger. And if you’re feeling fancy, you could even throw some sort of fig jam or fruity counterparts on your board. It all depends on how much time you’re working with, right!?