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The Red Red Vine Cocktail.

Neil Diamond would surely approve of this gin, grape, and mint cocktail.

This recipe was originally published at Red Red "Vine" Cocktail. For more recipes like this, subscribe to Liquor.com for the best of all things cocktails and spirits.

Ingredients

  • 12 fresh Concord grapes
  • 2 Ounces Bulldog Gin
  • 2 fresh mint leaves
  • 1 1/4-inch slice of fresh ginger
  • 3 lemon wedges
  • 1 Teaspoon raw sugar
  • club soda

Directions

In a shaker, muddle the grapes. Add the remaining ingredients except the club soda and fill with ice. Shake well and double-strain into a highball glass filled with fresh ice. Top with club soda and garnish with a mint leaf and a grape cluster.


Red Red 'Vine' Cocktail - Recipes

As the weather gets cooler, it’s the perfect time for cozy drinks with friends and family. When you think of hot drinks, most people go immediately to cider or hot chocolate. But for wine lovers, this is the perfect season for hot red wine cocktails!

Check out my recommendations for a creative, classy take on your traditional cozy drinks.

Simple Apple Cider Wine

Cooler weather is a great time for hot cider. This hot red wine drink is a simple apple-cinnamon red wine recipe to keep you cozy, with classic fall flavors.

Ingredients
2 cinnamon sticks
3 cloves
3 tart apples
1/2 cup of sugar
1 tsp lemon juice
2 bottles California Zinfandel

Instructions
Peel and cut apples.
Place cinnamon sticks and cloves on a cheesecloth folded to double thickness. Gather corners, and tie with a string.
Place the spice bag into a crockpot or saucepan on the stovetop. Add the wine, peeled apples, and lemon juice
Cover and cook on low, leaving to simmer. You’ll want to keep the heat low enough to avoid reducing, but warm enough to let the spices infuse.
Remove the spice bag before serving. Serve while warm

Red Wine Hot Chocolate

Who doesn’t love a rich, warm cup of hot chocolate? This grownup version of your favorite childhood treat can be made with your favorite dessert wine, and topped with whipped cream or marshmallows, for the perfect hot red wine treat for a winter’s day.

Ingredients
1 cup milk
1/2 cup dark chocolate chunks or chocolate shavings
3/4 cup red wine
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp cinnamon

Instructions
Leave the milk to simmer on low heat
Add in the chocolate chunks slowly, stirring to keep it smooth
Take the chocolate off the heat to avoid splitting, and add the wine and vanilla extract.
Top with cinnamon

Blackberry Mulled Hot Wine

Mulled wine is a holiday classic, and this blackberry version is a unique twist, with plenty of great flavors and warming spices. It’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

Ingredients
1 bottle Merlot
6 whole cloves
4 star anise pods
2 cinnamon sticks
2 juniper berries
2 oranges
5 giant blackberries
1/4 cup brown sugar

Instructions
Pour Merlot into a saucepan, along with the spices and juniper berries.
Let it simmer for about 5-10 minutes on medium heat, to let the spices infuse.
Add in the brown sugar and orange. Simmer at least an additional 10 minutes, until sugar has dissolved and orange has infused with the wine and spices. Don’t let it boil.
Serve warm.

Christmas Mulled Wine

Speaking of holiday flavors, try this party favorite mix of dry red wine and brandy. This hot wine recipe is super versatile. Choose your favorite dessert wine, and sweeten with brown sugar or maple syrup for a richer, sweeter flavor. If you’re more into a bitter drink, keep the peels on the oranges for a stronger flavor.

Ingredients
1 bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon or Pinot Noir
1 orange, sliced into rounds and peeled
8 whole cloves
2 cinnamon sticks
2 star anise
2 tbsp honey
1/4 cup brandy

Instructions
Combine wine, brandy, spices, orange slices, and honey to a large saucepan. Stir to combine, then cook to medium-high heat and let simmer. Cover, and leave on low heat for at least 1 hour.
Strain fruits and spices. Serve immediately, or reheat slowly to serve warm.

Swedish Glogg

Mulled wine is a seasonal favorite. But when you’re looking for a new twist on an old classic, sometimes, the traditional route is best. This recipe for Swedish Glogg uses familiar spices and some added flavors. We recommend a dry red wine that isn’t too sweet.

Ingredients
1 bottle of your favorite red wine
1 1/2 cup bourbon
1/2 cup sugar
2 tbsp orange zest
3 tbsp raisins
1 tbsp cardamom pods
2 tbsp fresh ginger root slices
1 stick of cinnamon
8 cloves
2 tbsp almonds
orange slices

Instructions
Combine wine, bourbon, sugar, orange zest, cardamom pods, ginger root, and cinnamon stick, as well as 2 tsp of raisins to a pot. Heat on low and leave to simmer for 2 minutes. Don’t let it boil.
Remove from heat and let it steep for an hour before serving.
Strain fruit and spices
Reheat gently before serving
Serve with the remaining raisins and almonds. Garnish with orange slices.

Cooler weather means warm fires, cozy sweaters, and hot drinks. Whether you’re planning get-togethers with family, or cozy movie nights at home, these delicious hot wine drinks are perfect for long winter nights.

Hi to everyone. My name is Jason McClain!

As the proprietor of McClain Cellars, I am thrilled to finally do the one thing I have always loved the most. Create amazing wines to be shared with my family and friends. After spending 25 years in the dot-com space, my wife Sofia and I decided to throw caution to the wind and focus on what is really important: family, friends, faith and freedom. These are the pillars of this winery and why I love everything about it.


A Wine-Infused Twist On A Manhattan Cocktail

Typically a Manhattan is made with whiskey or bourbon, sweet vermouth and a dash of bitters. We&rsquove switched up this classic cocktail with the use of red wine instead of sweet vermouth, and I think you&rsquore going to love the flavor!

We always seem to have red wine in our house, for drinking, cooking and just because we love it. We don&rsquot always have vermouth, as some of my family members can attest to&hellipso we made a few adjustments to this drink recipe.

So this Harvest Moon Manhattan has taken its place in our kitchen. Strong, boozy but a slight sweet flavor, this drink is perfect for sipping on a cold night by a fire.

You can use your favorite red wine for this cocktail a dry red or a sweeter red will work. It&rsquos really about the flavors that you like drinking!


Belmont Jewel

If your tastes lean toward fruity drinks, the Belmont Jewel is a fantastic choice. Essentially, this recipe is a pomegranate lemonade spiked with bourbon. It can be mixed up in minutes and is sure to please.


Quick and easy red wine cocktail recipes

Whilst there’s nothing wrong with sipping Sangria on a summer’s day, these fruity red wine cocktails make a refreshing change from the norm.

So whether you’re enjoying an evening relaxing at home or looking for the perfect drink to entertain friends this bank holiday weekend, check out these quaffable creations.

Because they’re so drinkable, we’ve opted for non-alcoholic wine, but feel free to experiment with conventional wine and different grape varieties such as Tempranillo, which is synonymous with reds from the Spanish region of Rioja.

Image: Eisberg.co.uk

Summer Cobbler (top left)

Ingredients

  • Slice of pineapple
  • Slice of orange
  • Slice of lemon
  • Slice of lime
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • Juice of 1/2 a lemon
  • Crushed ice
  • 100ml Eisberg Alcohol-Free Cabernet Sauvignon

Method

1. Add a slice of pineapple, orange, lemon and lime to a mixing glass with 1 tsp of sugar and muddle with a rolling pin.

2. Squeeze the juice of half a lemon and pour in with the fruit and sugar mixture and add crushed ice.

3. Pour 100ml alcohol-free Cabernet Sauvignon over the ice and stir.

4. Strain the mixture into a wine glass and finish with crushed ice and lots of fresh fruit.

Cabernet Sauvignon Crush (top right)

Ingredients

  • 125ml Eisberg Alcohol-Free Cabernet Sauvignon
  • 75ml cherry juice
  • 50ml raspberry shrub (see ingredients below)
  • 20ml mint gomme (see ingredients below)
  • 10ml lime juice
  • Cubed ice

For the mint gomme:

For the raspberry shrub:

  • 2 punnets of raspberries
  • 200g caster sugar
  • Zest of 3 lemons
  • 250ml red wine vinegar

Garnish with:

Method

1. First make the raspberry shrub: Wash the raspberries before combining with the sugar, lemon zest and red wine vinegar in a lidded jar. Allow to sit for at least two days before pouring through a strainer into an airtight jar. Keep refrigerated until used.

2. Next make the mint gomme: Add the water and caster sugar to a large saucepan and bring to boil – stirring constantly. When it reaches boiling point remove from the heat, add 12 sprigs of mint and allow to cool. Keep refrigerated until needed.

3. Add the Eisberg Alcohol-Free Cabernet Sauvignon, cherry juice, raspberry shrub, mint gomme and lime juice to a mixing glass.

4. Shake the ingredients in the mixing glass then strain into a chalice glass with cubed ice.

5. Garnish with a mint sprig, a couple of raspberries and a dusting of icing sugar.

Featured in our recipes:

Eisberg is the UK’s number one alcohol free wine, means you can enjoy your favourite drink without the alcohol and calories.

Made in exactly the same way as regular wine, but with the alcohol gently removed at the end. Eisberg is a tasty alternative and contains fewer than 33 calories per 125ml glass!

The Cabernet Sauvignon is rich and fruity, with a deep ruby colour and aromas of cherries and plums

And at only 28 calories per glass, what’s not to love?

Eisberg Cabernet Sauvignon is available from supermarkets nationwide with Morrisons offering you two bottles for £6 until 3rd September 2019!

A little note from us:

As always, we at Good Homes do enjoy a glass of red occasionally and advocate drinking responsibly.


Saint-Florent

Adding gin to this champagne cocktail makes it more potent without affecting the taste. Aside from 1½ cups of gin, the ingredients include a few lime slices, a cup of lime juice (fresh), a ¼ cup of honey syrup, and a ½ cup each of Cappelletti, Angostura bitters, and champagne.

Dissolve the honey in 2 tbsp of hot water and add to an ice-filled shaker. Add 3 tbsp of lime juice, 6 tbsp of gin, 2 tbsp of Cappelletti, and a dash or two of bitters. Shake for half a minute before straining into glasses. Add the champagne and garnish with lime slices.


The rubytini is a semi-sweet martini that has a lovely red color with a nice hit of both sweet and sour. This makes one cocktail.

Ingredients

  • 1 ounce ruby grapefruit juice
  • ¾ ounce lime juice
  • ¾ ounce grenadine
  • 1½ ounces London dry gin
  • Twist of lime for garnish

Instructions

  1. Chill a cocktail glass.
  2. In a cocktail shaker, combine the grapefruit juice, lime juice, grenadine, and gin.
  3. Add ice and shake.
  4. Strain into the chilled cocktail glass.
  5. Garnish with the twist.

Reprinted with permission from Winter Drinks: 70 Essential Cold-Weather Cocktails by the Editors of PUNCH, copyright © 2018. Published by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House.

Yield: 1 cocktail

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: N/A

Total Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients

¾ ounce freshly squeezed lemon juice

½ ounce simple syrup (recipe below)

Garnish: lemon wheels, fresh thyme, sage, and rosemary

Directions

1. Make the simple syrup: Combine 1 cup cane sugar and 1 cup water in a saucepan over low heat. Stir until the sugar dissolves, about 5 minutes. Remove from the heat and let the mixture cool. Store in a glass jar in the fridge for up to 1 month.

2. Combine the wine, bourbon, lemon juice, simple syrup, and amaro in a cocktail shaker. Add ice, shake, and strain over crushed ice into a tall collins glass. Garnish with lemon wheels, fresh thyme, sage, and rosemary.


Red Wine

Red Wine is a type of wine made from dark-coloured grape varieties. The colour of red wine can range from intense violet through to brick red for mature wines and brown for older red wines. The juice from most black grapes used to make red wine is greenish-white the red colour comes from anthocyan pigments naturally present in the skin of the grape.

Red Wine is a key ingredient in the Bishop Cocktail and the Very Berry Sangria.

Seve Ballesteros “Al Rojo Vivo”

Ingredients List

150 ml Rioja Crianza
15 ml PX Sherry
15 ml Apple Brandy
2 bar spoons Seville Orange Marmalade
3 dashes Spanish Bitters

Did you know?

This cocktail was especially created in honour of legendary golfer Seve Ballesteros

Zurracapote

Ingredients List

1 Bottle Red Wine
1 Cinnamon Stick
1 cup Brown Sugar
1 Lemon Peel
4 ounces Dried Plums
4 ounces Raisins
10 ounces Dried Peaches

Did you know?

Red wine makes up 55% of global wine sales.

Very Berry Sangria

Ingredients List

1 bottle Red Wine
50 ml Blackberry Liqueur
300 ml Ginger Ale
1/2 cup Sugar
1/2 cup each of Raspberries
Blackberries
Blueberries and Strawberries

Did you know?

The blackberry shrub is the most extensively available and widespread berry.

Spicy Sangria

Ingredients List

1 bottle Red Wine
50 ml Rum
2 cups Citrus Cola
1 Lime
1 Lemon
1 Orange
1 Mango cut into wedges
2 teaspoons Cholula Hot Sauce
1 Chilli Pepper

Did you know?

Cholula hot sauce is packaged with an iconic round wooden cap in various colours.

Sangria

Ingredients List

1 bottle of Red Wine
25 ml Brandy
2 cups Ginger Ale
2 tablespoons Sugar
1 Lemon cut into wedges
1 Orange cut into wedges

Did you know?

Mulled wine can be used in Sangria for a rich, full-bodied taste.

Jagertee

Ingredients List

1 cup Spiced Rum
1 cup Red Wine
1 cup Black Tea
1 cup Plum Brandy
1 cup Orange Juice
2 Sugar Cubes
1/4 of Cinnamon Stick
3 Whole Cloves
2 Lemon Slices

Did you know?

Jagertee has become a popular apres-ski drink, particularly among tourists in the Alps.

Cardinal Cocktail

Ingredients List

25 ml Crème de Cassis
Red Wine

Did you know?

The Cardinal cocktail is simple a Kir made with red wine.

Calimocho

Ingredients List

Did you know?

One may add a dash of the Greek aperitif Ouzo, to create a cocktail called Pallas.

Brazilian Sangria

Ingredients List

12 1/2 ml Absinthe
30 ml Cachaca
12 1/2 ml Spainish Brandy
12 1/2 ml Orange Liqueur
25 ml Red Wine
Strawberry
Lime
Orange
Kiwi
Passionfruit

Did you know?

The language of Brazil is Portuguese.

Bloody Mary

Ingredients List

37 1/2 ml Peppered Vodka
15 ml Sweet Vermouth
35 ml Tomato Juice
splash Red Wine
6 splashes Worcestershire sauce
10 dashes Tobasco sauce
25 ml Lemon Juice
10 dashes Salt
10 dashes Pepper
3 Cucumber slices

Did you know?

The British band Arctic Monkeys reference a "Bloody Mary lacking in Tabasco" in the song "Fluorescent Adolescent".

Bishop Cocktail

Ingredients List

75 ml Rum
25 ml Red Wine
1 teaspoon Simple Syrup
Juice of 1/2 Lime

Did you know?

A bishops ring signifies the bishops symbolic marriage to the church or christ and is usually made of gold with an amethyst.

Best Party Sangria

Ingredients List

1 bottle of Red Wine
50 ml Gin
4 cups Ginger Ale
splash Orange Juice
1 can of Sliced Pineapples
1 cup of Raspberries
2 tablespoon of Sugar
Orange
Lime all cut into wedges.

Did you know?

Sangria is often served with a wooden spoon, so as to get fruit out of the bottom of the punchbowl.

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Red Wine Spritzer

I can’t believe that the 4th of July is here! Well not today, but so close. Time to figure out what you are going to make, what you are going to drink, and who you are going to spend it with. Are you going to grill out and then head to see fireworks? Need another fun drink idea? Skinny Mojitos are always a hit too!

We are spending the day with friends we haven’t seen in years! Lots of catching up, good food, drinks, and then fireworks to close out the night. Exciting to spend the 4th of July like we did years ago when all our kids were babies! I am bringing my Cheesy Corn Dip, because it always disappears quickly.

Are you a wine drinker? I am definitely a red wine kind of girl. But I have a lot of friends who are white wine drinkers, or maybe not big fans of wine. Which is when a wine sprizter is a great alternative. Plus, it is so darn simple to make. This Easy Sangria Recipe is another one of my favorite to use a bottle of wine in.

This Red Wine Spritzer has just 2 ingredients, you can’t get any easier than that! To make this version you just fill a glass with ice, then fill with half red wine and half with club soda or Sprite. Fizzy, fruity, and refreshing. I have made this cocktail in the past with simple syrup and then just top with club soda for the fizz. Using sprite sweetens and adds flavor at the same time! You could even use your favorite white wine to make a White Wine Spritzer using the exact same method.

One of my best friends is a beer drinker. Whenever we get together she gets beer, and I get wine. Or we both get Margaritas, because who says no to those! She actually tried a red wine spritzer at a restaurant and was telling me I should try it. So we made these together and spent the day sitting outside and enjoying a drink together.

Of course we had yummy snacks to go with it like Rosemary Roasted Olives. Super refreshing on a summer day. The recipe below is written using the full bottle of wine, but you can make just 1. I like a 1 to 1 ratio, but some people prefer more wine to sparkling. So mix it up and see what you like!

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