Winey Wednesday #8

Wednesday, April 20, 2011



Today I am so excited to share a glass of wine with my friend Chrissy. Chrissy is going to share with us a great summer wine to enjoy as we start to feel that summer weather begin to roll in. Sit back and enjoy as Chrissy tells us how to cool down this summer...

Hi,  My name is Chrissy and I blog over on my blog Hoot Designs and on my other blog Hoot Photography.  I'm excited to guest post here on Lauren's blog, and since she has Wine Wednesday's I thought I would offer to share a fun wine I was introduced to last summer!   

Thank you Lauren for letting me share a guest post.

It's called NEW AGE

 It really more of a summer wine and believe it or not you serve it over ice with a lemon or lime squeezed in it!!  Whoa, really you do, and it's great - super refreshing. It is a slightly sweet, semi-sparkling wine that has aromas of fresh flowers and fruit.

Wine: New Age White Wine
Grapes: Sauvignon blanc (50 percent), malvasia (50 percent)
Region: Mendoza, Argentina
Vintage: Nonvintage
Price: $11.00

Below are a few recipes that you can make with the wine

The Original Buenos Aires Drink – “Tincho” 

Fill a rocks glass with ice add New Age White to cover add a wedge of lime
Or use the New Age Rose with a slice of lemon.

Blood Orange Sangria

6oz  New Age Rose poured over ice.
½ tsp Simple Syrup (if wanted)
Pour 2 oz of Orange Juice down center of ice – Do Not Stir
Garnish with an Orange and Lime Slice

New Age Belini

New Age White with blended white peaches and raspberries

 New Age Martini

Fill Martini glass with New Age White  Add a splash of Raspberry Di Amore’

 New Age Mojito

3 fresh mint sprigs
1 oz – ice wine (in place of simple syrup)
3 tbsp fresh lime juice
3+ oz New Age White

New Age Cooler – Big Easy Style

1 ½ oz Right Gin
4 oz New Age
a big splash of cranberry juice
a wedge of lime. Poured not stirred

New Age Sangria

Fill pitcher with ice
Add slices of orange, strawberries, lime, apples
Pour in one bottle of New Age Rose
Add Gran Marnier if desired.
Enjoy!







4 comments:

Mama Pea said...

Sounds good, especially in those recipes! I can't wait for summer... :)

gina luv said...

hold the phone! Sangria?! Sign me up:)
gina

Ashley said...

Both of the sangria recipes look great!

Melissa {TheScarletCardinal} said...

I am ALWAYS a fan of sangria! Different and yummy sounding--adding this to my summer list.